Several people with connections to the Medway Towns are being featured on Kent Police’s most wanted list.
Three men, who have either been convicted of an offence or are facing charges, are featured on the force’s most wanted page on its website.
The page, which featured their mug shots and a few details about their alleged crimes, is updated regularly when offenders or suspects failed to show up at court or are wanted for recall to prison.
Officers post the pictures in the hope the people will see it and hand themselves into the nearest police station or someone may recognise them, know where they are and will get in touch with police.
Wanted for recall to prison is Danny Brookfield, who has links to Medway, including Chatham and Gillingham.
Brookfield, of Ansell Avenue, Chatham, has previously been jailed for a string of offences including assault and handling stolen goods.
Brookfield, 24, handled a stolen Renault Megane worth £1,800 in July 2015 and has assaulted two police officers and another man in Rochester in September that year.
Magistrates jailed him for 226 days and ordered him to pay £300 compensation.
He has also previously been jailed for driving while banned and received a 120 days and disqualified for 42 months.
If you know where he is, call quoting crime reference number XY/6186/15.
Another man police are looking for is David Solly who is wanted in connection with an attempted burglary in Capstone Road, Gillingham.
Solly, 36, used to live in Canterbury Street, Gillingham, and also has previous convictions for shoplifting.
If you have seen Solly, call police and quote reference number XY/036933/16.
And the last one with Medway connections on the force’s site is Dwayne Harris, 34, who failed to show up at court in connection with an alleged robbery.
The robbery is said to have happened in Rochester in February this year.
Harris has connections to Margate and South Norwood in London.
If you know where he is call police on 101 quoting most wanted and reference XY/4256/16, alternatively, call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.