Wanted men this Christmas – two prison absconders still missing

Hollesley Bay absconder Dean Maguire Picture: SUFFOLK POLICE

Hollesley Bay absconder Dean Maguire Picture: SUFFOLK POLICE - Credit: Suffolk Police

Do not approach these men - this is the warning from Suffolk police as reveal details of the individuals on the wanted list this Christmas.

Gerry Sergeant is serving 15 years for robbery and theft. Picture: SUFFOLK CONSTABULARY

Gerry Sergeant is serving 15 years for robbery and theft. Picture: SUFFOLK CONSTABULARY - Credit: SUFFOLK CONSTABULARY

Dean Maguire - Burglar Dean Maguire was reported missing to the police on October 17 after being absent from a roll call at Hollesley Bay.

He was jailed for three years and nine month over a burglary charge. His crime reference is CAD 478 of October 17.

Maguire is described as 5ft 8in, of slim build, with an Irish accent. He has brown hair, brown eyes and a stubbly beard.

Gerry Sergeant - The prisoner disappeared from Hollesley Bay on September 9 after he was released on a temporary licence to attend a work placement in Bury St Edmunds.

The 61-year-old travelled to the placement on a red Honda 125cc motorbike with the registration number AO11 VMZ.

Have you seen any of these nine men? Picture: SUFFOLK POLICE

Have you seen any of these nine men? Picture: SUFFOLK POLICE - Credit: Suffolk Police

Sergeant, serving a 15 year sentence for robbery and theft, has links to London.

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He is 5gt 11in, of thin build, with brown eyes. He has white hair, tattoos on both fore arms and a clean shaven face.

His crime reference is 65107/18.

A police spokesman said: “Members of the public are advised not to approach the men. Anyone who believes they may have seen them, or who has any information regarding their whereabouts, is asked to contact Suffolk Police on 101.”

People can also pass on information via the Crimestoppers charity by calling 0800 555111.

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