Norfolk: Police appeal for help to trace Kevin Okoroh

Police are trying to trace Kevin Okoroh Police are trying to trace Kevin Okoroh

Thursday, April 24, 2014
4:42 PM

Police in Norfolk are appealing for help from members of the public to trace a 29-year-old man who is wanted, who is known to have connections in Ipswich.

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Kevin Okoroh, from London, is wanted in connection with offences of robbery, kidnap and false imprisonment following an incident in Norwich in early December last year (2013).

He is described as black, about 6ft tall of medium build with dark brown cropped hair.

Officers have carried out extensive enquiries to trace Kevin Okoroh but these have proved unsuccessful. He is known to have connections in Tottenham and Ipswich.

Anyone who knows where he is should not approach him but contact police immediately.

Anyone with information which could assist in tracing him is asked to contact Norfolk Police on 101.

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