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Police appeal to find wanted men with Rugby links

Police are appealing for help in finding two wanted men with links to Rugby.

Officers have released images of a number of offenders as part of their Wanted in Warwickshire appeal.

Among them are 29-year-old Nathan Douglas and 20-year-old Caleb Wayou.

Douglas (pictured bottom middle), from Rugby, is wanted in connection with breaches of a supervision order following his release from prison.

Wayou (pictured top right), who is from Leamington but has links to both Rugby and Coventry, is wanted on recall to prison where he was serving a 12-month prison sentence for affray and theft. Police are urging people not to approach him if seen and to instead call 999 immediately.

The other men listed are 18-year-old Tommy Elliot, 31-year-old Michael Aubrey, 23-year-old Imran Nsubuga and 25-year-old Sam Stretton.

Elliot (pictured top left), whose last known address is in Coventry, is wanted in connection with burglaries in Warwickshire and West Midlands.

Aubrey (pictured top middle), who is from Coventry and has links to Exhall, is wanted in connection with assaults in Leamington and Nuneaton in March.

Nsubuga (pictured bottom left), who is from Leamington but has links to both Coventry and the Blackfriars area of London, is wanted on recall to prison where he was serving a two-year sentence for possession of class A and class B drugs with intent to supply and possession of a bladed article. Police are urging people not to approach him if seen and to instead call 999 immediately.

Stretton (pictured bottom right), from Nuneaton, is wanted for failure to appear at Birmingham Crown Court in September 2018 to face a charge of violent disorder in connection with an incident in his hometown back in February 2018. Police are urging people not to approach him if seen and to instead call 999 immediately.

You can report any information on these individuals via 101.

Always call 999 in the event of an emergency.

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