Help trace Greenwich police's most wanted suspects

Sowjan Manandhar

Aidas Sukys

Vasile Lica Popa

Alan McMillan, also known as Alan McNulty

Liam Braithwaite

Graham Stone

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

GREENWICH police have issued mugshots of six men they want to trace following a series of incidents across the borough.

The men are wanted either for failing to appear for questioning or in connection with a number of allegations.

Sowjan Manandhar, aged 25, is known to have connections in the Woolwich and Plumstead areas.

He is wanted for failing to appear at Bexley Magistrates' Court to face charges of possession of an offensive weapon, possession of Class B drugs and public order offences.

Police also want to speak to Aidas Sukys, 39, who has connections with the same parts of the borough.

Officers believe that he does not have a fixed abode and want to trace him over failing to appear at Bromley Magistrates' Court last August.

Vasile Lica Popa, a 37 year-old Romanian, is wanted for questioning in connection with an allegation of using false ID.

And Alan McMillan, also known as Alan McNulty, aged 41, who has connections with the Blackheath and Kidbrooke area, is wanted for questioning in connection with an allegation of serious assault.

Officers also still want to trace two men over an incident on August 22 last year when a victim was attacked in Well Hall Road, Eltham.

Police would like to speak to Liam Braithwaite, aged 21, from Greenwich, together with 51-year-old Graham Stone, who has connections in south London.

If you can help detectives in Greenwich, call police on 020 3276 0750 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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