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Colchester: Police appeal to find wanted men Paul Andrews and Sonny Londsale

PUBLISHED: 13:51 28 March 2014 | UPDATED: 13:51 28 March 2014

Sonny Lonsdale, 28, is last known to have been living in Red Barn Road, Brightlingsea.

Sonny Lonsdale, 28, is last known to have been living in Red Barn Road, Brightlingsea.

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Essex Police are appealing for the public’s help in tracing two wanted men.

Paul Andrews, 25, was last known to be living in Red Barn Road, Brightlingsea. He is also known by the names Shane Walford, Kieran Keilson, Yousif Andrews and Paul Cook.Paul Andrews, 25, was last known to be living in Red Barn Road, Brightlingsea. He is also known by the names Shane Walford, Kieran Keilson, Yousif Andrews and Paul Cook.

Paul Andrews, 25, was last known to be living in Red Barn Road, Brightlingsea. He is also known by the names Shane Walford, Kieran Keilson, Yousif Andrews and Paul Cook.

He is known to have links to Colchester and Brightlingsea.

Andrews is wanted in connection with two burglaries. The first on February 23 in De Grey Road, Colchester, and the second in Clacton Road, Elmstead, on March 13. He is also wanted on suspicion of false imprisonment in Colchester on January 6.

Police are also appealing for help in tracing a man wanted on suspicion of burglary.

Sonny Lonsdale, 28, is last known to have been living in Red Barn Road, Brightlingsea.

He is wanted in connection with the same burglary as Andrews, in Clacton Road, Elmstead on March 13.

Entry was gained to the property but nothing stolen.

Anyone with information on his whereabouts is asked to contact Witham CID on 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

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