Colchester/Chelmsford: Two men wanted after burglary spree

Detectives are looking to locate the whereabouts of two men wanted for a number of burglaries across

Detectives are looking to locate the whereabouts of two men wanted for a number of burglaries across Essex. Pictured: Mateusz Siminski - Credit: Archant

Police want to question two men following a number of burglaries across north-east Essex.

Aaron Saville is wanted in connection with two burglaries on Baddow Road in Chelmsford in late May.

A house was broken in to and a mobile telephone and cash were stolen from one house while a mobile telephone was stolen from the other.

The 35-year-old is described as white, around 5ft 9ins tall, is of slim build and has blue eyes. He has a tiger tattoo on his right arm with the name Jordan on it and the name Shannon Louise Saville on his right shoulder. He wears a hoop earring in each ear.

Essex Police investigating officer, Ds Nick Elliott, said: “Obviously we are keen to track him down, but also to know who Jordan and Shannon Louise Saville are so we would like them to contact us too.

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“Aaron Saville was last known to be living near the BBC Essex studios and the county cricket club on New London Road.”

The second man who police want to trace is Mateusz Siminski. The 24-year-old Polish national, who is known to live on or near North Station Road in Colchester, is wanted in connection with a burglary on Victor Road in the New Town area in mid-August.

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Ds Elliott added: “Although nothing was stolen from this property, thieves damaged a window and ransacked the place.”

Mateusz Siminski is described as white, of slim build, is around 5ft 10ins tall and was last known to have short, brown spiked hair. He has various tattoos consisting of tribal designs on the right neck, left arms and right legs. He also has the names of his parents Andrzej and Agnieszka.

Witnesses or people with information about these incidents are urged to call Essex Police on 101.

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