Police hunt two more wanted menBy Jennie Slevin
February 08, 2013
Two more faces of Bracknell’s most wanted men have been released by detectives in a bid to crack two unsolved crimes.
One of the men is wanted in connection with stealing a cooker and hob, while the other is being hunted in connection with nearly £20,000 of cannabis found in a rucksack.
Officers are hunting Liam Musgrove after a rucksack, which contained 1.6kg of cannabis, believed to have a street value of around £18,000, was given to police in November 2011.
The 24-year-old, of Swaledale, has managed to escape police attention since skipping bail in July last year.
PC Anthony Gibson said “We are appealing to anyone who might have information about where Musgrove is.
“His last known address was in Bracknell and we believe he could still be in the area.”
Detectives are also looking for James Flack who is accused of stealing kitchen appliances from a home in Spoonbill Rise, Jennett’s Park, last year.
The 22-year-old is believed to have forced entry into the home through a downstairs dining room window between 6pm on Sunday, October 14 and 7am on Monday, October 15.
The cooker and hob were then removed from the kitchen before the suspected burglar left through the front door.
Police have no fixed address for Flack.
Last week the Bracknell Standard pictured another six of Bracknell’s most wanted men whom officers want to grill on unsolved crimes including rape, a vicious attack, burglaries and hotel frauds.
Officers appealed for information to help find the men so they can quiz them about crimes dating back to 2008.
So far police have made no arrests but continue to remain hopeful the public will help them find these men.
Anyone with information about any of the men should call Bracknell Forest police station on 101 or, to remain anonymous talk to Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 or go to www.crimestoppers-uk.org.