The Met have released a list of their 10 most wanted criminals in the capital, a range of ‘high harm and violent offenders’.
The 10 individuals are wanted for a range of violent offences such as firearms, grievous bodily harm (GBH), recall to prison, robbery and drugs offences – for a full list see below.
This activity to target high harm offenders is part of the Met’s annual Autumn Nights campaign to bear down on violence now the evenings are darker and with events such as Halloween causing unrest.
The suspects are classed as ‘high harm’ as they are either wanted in connection with violent offences such as, robbery and GBH, and they are known to have a violent background.
All are connected to or have links to areas inside London, including in the south east, south west and north of the capital.
Detective Inspector Dean Purvis, of the Violent Crime Taskforce, said: “We are relentlessly pursuing violent offenders and bringing them to justice so that we can keep our city safe, but we need the help of the public as well.
“Somebody, somewhere knows something about these offenders and I urge you to pass any information to us as soon as possible.
“These individuals have caused harm and unrest in our communities and it is our priority to arrest them to prevent them from causing further destruction.”
Full Most Wanted List:
Raymond Olabode – Class A drugs
Wanted for being concerned in the supply of Class A drugs following an investigation under Operation Trigona. He is 21 years old and described as black, with long dark dreadlocks and a full beard. He has links to the Dartford and Erith areas.
Fabian Castillo-Belaqa – Stabbing
Wanted on warrant for GBH where a man was stabbed in Chelsea in November 2018. He is 22 years old and described as white with dark eyes and almost black hair. He is known to frequent the Clapham and Battersea areas.
Mark Toth – Violent robbery
Wanted on recall to prison and for a violent robbery that took place on Ashburnham Road SW10 on 13 November 2019. He is 35 years old, described as white with dark eyes and dark hair, he also has patchy facial hair.
Jordan King – Stabbing
Wanted in connection with a stabbing that took place on 10 August on Zenith Close, NW9. He is 25 years old, described as white, with blue eyes and dark blond hair. He is known to frequent in the N15 area.
Alan Kozhir – Robbery
Wanted in connection with a robbery in South Hampstead on 1 October. He is 20 years old and described as Asian, with dark eyes and dark hair. He has links to the NW9 area.
Marian Cristian Slatioreanu – Firearms
Wanted for possession of a firearm, linked to an incident that took place on Mollison Way, Edgware on 2 March. He is 39 years old and described as white, with scruffy brown hair and facial hair. He has links to the borough of Brent.
Robert Jones – GBH
Wanted for a GBH offence where a man was stabbed on Shalfleet Drive, W10 on 25 January. He is 36 years old and described as white with tanned skin, large ears, brown hair and eyes with a long head.
Ruairi Bicknell – Manslaughter/breached license
Wanted on recall for the manslaughter of Krzysztof Rusek in 2011, after he’d breached his licence conditions. He is 26 years old and described as white, 5ft 9ins’ tall, with blue eyes, dark hair and a blemished face. He has links to the Hammersmith area.
Mark Maloney – Moped jewellery robbery
Wanted on recall to prison and for a moped-enabled jewellery robbery that took place on Duke Street, W1 on 28 May 2019. He is 23 years old and described as white, of medium build with dark blond hair.
Samir Drias – Robbery and stabbing
Wanted for a robbery and stabbing that happened on 9 June 2019 on Curzon Street in Westminster. He is 29 years old and described as Middle Eastern, of a large build, with dark eyes, dark hair and a beard. He has links to the Camden area.
DI Dean Purvis added: “We have already arrested more than 850 high harm offenders as part of our continued drive to tackle violent crime and we will not stop. We are dedicated in taking the most dangerous people off the streets and will keep Londoners safe.
“I hope the public can assist in apprehending these dangerous people; if you see them please call us right away on 101 or 999 if it’s an emergency.
“Similarly, if your see your photo here, do the right thing and deal with your actions so you can move forward, and hand yourself in to your nearest police station. We are searching for you day and night and will find you eventually.”
If you don’t want to speak to the police, contact Crimestoppers completely anonymously on 0800 555 111.