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Wanted: Man with ‘Born 2 Make Money’ tattoo sought by police for theft and fraud offences

PUBLISHED: 14:28 28 February 2017 | UPDATED: 16:29 28 February 2017

Yannick Kabea-Mokoko is wanted by police in connection with fraud and theft offences. Picture: Metropolitan Police

Yannick Kabea-Mokoko is wanted by police in connection with fraud and theft offences. Picture: Metropolitan Police

Met Police

A man bearing two tattoos about making money is wanted by police in connection with theft and fraud offences.

Police would like to Yannick Kabea-Mokoko about thefts in Newham, Hackney and Waltham Forest, plus fraudulent activities in Haringey. All took place in 2016.

Mr Kabea-Mokoko is said to have “Money Rolls Around Me Bash” and “Born 2 Make Money” tattooed on his left arm.

He also has a cross on his right arm and the name “Cristal” with a heart around it on the left side of his chest.

The 27-year-old, who also goes by the names of Tashan Brown and Tirrell Miller, is described as a 5ft 6in black man with brown eyes, short black hair and short black beard. He also has a London accent.

Anyone with information should contact Newham Police on 101, 07881 330951 or 0208 217 5889.

Alternatively, ring Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

Police have advised people not to approach the suspect if seen but to call 999 immediately.


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