Five more of Lewisham police's most wanted men - do you know them?

Nathan James Dade

Ryan Michael Woodhams

Daryl Joseph Harrington

Jay Wallace

Sheldon Lee Donaldson

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News Shopper: Photograph of the Author by , deputy news editor

NO, it's not Britain's worst looking boyband but the return of Wanted Wednesday in Lewisham - with five new faces police want to trace.

Chief Inspector Julian Hagley from Lewisham Police said: "Since we started to publish the faces of our wanted suspects, we have received some really good intelligence from members of the public.

"Recently, we received intelligence on two wanted suspects we published, allowing us to focus our enquiries in a new area which in one case led to an arrest and that subject being recalled back to prison.

"We would really encourage members of the public to come forward with information that they have, which may provide us with a new direction of enquiry.

"To those individuals who are wanted by us I would encourage them to surrender, we will continue to pursue these offenders until they are arrested."

If you have information, call Lewisham police's fiugitive unit on 020 8284 8394 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

News Shopper: Nathan James Dade

Nathan James Dade, aged 30, is wanted after failing to appear for theft at Bromley Magistrates' Court on June 3.

News Shopper: Ryan Michael Woodhams

Ryan Michael Woodhams failed to appear at Bromley Magistrates' Court on 17 May over a charge of common assault in Downham.

News Shopper: Daryl Joseph Harrington

Daryl Joseph Harrington, aged 36, is wanted for failing to attend or remain at a drug assessment on April 29.

News Shopper: Jay Wallace

Jay Wallace, aged 30, is wanted for interview regarding an assault on May 28 at Gilmore Road, Lewisham.

News Shopper: Sheldon Lee Donaldson

Sheldon Lee Donaldson, aged 19, is still wanted after failing to appear at Bromley Magistrates' Court charged with burglary. He is known to be violent.

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