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Ipswich: Wanted man Aaron Daley, also known as Dante Heirs, continues to evade police

PUBLISHED: 16:49 01 August 2014 | UPDATED: 16:58 01 August 2014

Wanted man Aaron Daley

Wanted man Aaron Daley

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A wanted man who is accused of threatening his former partner and child in Ipswich remains on the loose.

Aaron Daley is wanted in connection with sending threatening letters and on prison recall for failing to appear at Chelmsford Crown Court.

The unemployed 24-year-old also has connections with north London, where police are focusing their search,

Investigating officer, DI Barry Byford, said: “Aaron has links in the Ipswich area, but we are working with our counterparts at the Metropolitan Police as he also has friends living in Tottenham. He is also known as Dante Heirs.”

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

Anyone with information on Mr Daley’s whereabouts is urged to contact Ipswich police station on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.

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