A NEW website to help bring offenders in Sussex to justice was launched yesterday (Wednesday, April 13).
The new Sussex appeals on Most Wanted allow members of the public to look at pictures and e-fits of people currently sought by the police.
Kathy Burke, chairman of Sussex Crimestoppers, said: “The Crimestoppers Most Wanted website has been most successful nationally in helping to catch a criminal every other day.
“I am delighted the Most Wanted website is now going to feature criminals wanted in Sussex. “It offers the public another opportunity to take a stand against crime.
“It not only helps locate criminals who have ‘gone to ground’ but also identifies people previously unknown to the police.”
John Levy (left), 38, filled up his van at Tesco Express, Storrington with £51 worth of diesel and drove off without paying on January 28, 2009.
He then drove to his workplace at a building site in Ravenscroft, Storrington.
He had an argument with two work colleagues, before physically assaulting both of them.
One of the victims sustained a broken jaw.
Levy was arrested and interviewed by police but disappeared after being bailed by police.
Police are appealing for information as to his whereabouts.
Christopher Oral Brown (right), aged 36, is also known as Macho and Uncle.
He is wanted in connection with a drugs operation in Worthing which took place between May and June 2009.
Brown is wanted specifically on suspicion for offences relating to the supply of class A drugs.
He sometimes disguises himself as a woman.
Anyone who recognises any of the individuals featured on www.crimestoppers-uk.org/sussex can pass on their information anonymously online or by calling 0800 555 111.
To visit the Sussex Most Wanted site click on the link at the top right of this story.