Clacton: Men wanted in connection with burglary and assault offences

A female police officer was hit when a driver failed to stop

A female police officer was hit when a driver failed to stop

Police are on the hunt for three men wanted over offences in the Clacton area.

Elliott Ball, 30, last known to be living in the Wellesley Road area of Clacton, is wanted in connection the a burglary at a house in Meredith Road, Clacton, which happened on July 12.

Two men broke in to a property which was vacant after the occupant had died and removed items including ornaments and electrical goods.

Ball is described as white, 5ft 11ins tall, of medium build with short blond hair and tattoos.

He has the word Deanne on the upper inner left arm, Carpe diem on the upper inner right arm and a dragon and Chinese symbols on his right calf.


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Another 30-year-old man from Clacton is currently on bail until September 12 having been arrested in connection with this offence.

David O’Connell, 51, is wanted in connection with a burglary which happened in Morris Avenue, Jaywick, on June 27.

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O’Connell, known locally as “Curly Dave” due to his curly hair, is described as white, of medium build, 5ft 9ins tall and with shoulder length greying curly hair.

He has a scar on his left eyebrow and a tattoo of five dots on his left wrist.

A wallet was stolen during the burglary which is believed to have happened at 3pm.

Curly Dave is known to frequent both the Clacton and Jaywick areas.

Alexander Hunter, 20, is wanted in connection with the assault of two men on holiday at The Orchards Holiday Park in Point Clear, St Osyth, on June 8.

The two men, aged 23 and 25 from east London were assaulted during the early hours of the morning.

Both sustained significant injuries and had their mobile phones stolen.

Hunter is described as white, 5ft 10ins tall, of medium build, with receding light brown shaved hair, a large blue dragon tattoo on his upper left arm, tribal symbol on his right arm, the word lacey and a flower on the back of his neck and a water lily and a fish on his left leg.

He is believed to be from the St Osyth area.

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