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Wanted: Police appeal for information on man recalled to prison

12:42 12 February 2014

Daniel Edward Hyland, 45, Romford Road

Daniel Edward Hyland, 45, Romford Road

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Daniel Edward Hyland, 45, is wanted by police on a recall to prison for breaching his release conditions.

He was last known to be living at Romford Road, Forest Gate.

Before his release from prison, he was serving a sentence for distraction burglary.

Anyone who knows the whereabouts of Daniel should contact the Newham police Wanted Offender Unit by dialling 101 or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

The Crimestoppers guarantee of anonymity has never been broken and callers are not asked for their name.

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