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Essex Police searching for man who failed to comply with sex offender registration requirements

PUBLISHED: 18:34 31 May 2018 | UPDATED: 10:31 01 June 2018

Essex Police are looking for Jason Hennessy Picture: ESSEX POLICE

Essex Police are looking for Jason Hennessy Picture: ESSEX POLICE


Essex Police are appealing for information to find 40-year-old Jason Hennessy, who is wanted for failing to comply with sex offender registration requirements.

Also known as Jason McGrory, Hennessy has failed to register a new address and attempts to locate him have been unsuccessful.

He is known to have links to the Colchester and Chelmsford areas, as well as Ipswich and Lowestoft within Suffolk and has previously been part of the rough sleeper community.

He may also be going by a different name.

Hennessy is described as being about 5ft 10ins tall and of a medium build. He has a tattoo on his upper right arm of a half skull and half yellow smiley face.

He also has the word ‘EIRE’ on his left bicep.

Anyone who has seen him or has any information about where he is, please contact Ds Karen Miller at our Crime & Public Protection Command on 101,

Information can also be passed anonymously to independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 or online at www.crimestoppers-uk.org/give-information.

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