The 5 Doncaster men wanted by police in connection with assault, stalking and criminal damage

Officers have released the images of five Doncaster men that are wanted in connection with crimes such as assault, stalking and criminal damage.

Friday, 11th December 2020, 1:11 pm

Police are seeking to find 20-year-old Kyle Campbell on suspicion of assault, criminal damage and recall to prison.

Liam Taylor, 27, is also wanted by officers in connection with an assault, alongside George Cupper, 22, who is sought for his alleged involvement in four reported assaults.

Officers have re-released images of Campbell, Taylor and Cupper following multiple appeals in recent weeks but the three men have still not been found.

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Doncaster men Kyle Campbell, Luke Beardshaw, Liam Taylor, George Cupper and John Hedley are all wanted by police.

Luke Beardshaw, 34, is wanted for his suspected connection in stalking offences, criminal damage and for failing to appear in court between September and December this year.

He is believed to frequent the Moorends area.

John Hedley, 31, is also sought by police for an alleged assault committed in the Stainforth neighbourhood on October 22.

Hedley, who is known to have the aliases Daniel Hedley and Johnboy Hedley, has a scar on his forehead as well as a distinctive tattoo of a devil on his arm with the words ‘Devil Dog’ underneath.

Detective Inspector Anna Sedgwick said: “These individuals are sought by officers in Doncaster in connection with some incredibly serious and violent crimes, and it’s really important that anyone who has information about their whereabouts contacts us as soon as possible.

“You can contact police directly via 101, quoting incident number 445 of 10 December 2020.

“If you would prefer to remain anonymous, you can contact independent charity Crimestoppers in confidence, either via their website – www.crimestoppers-uk.org – or by calling their UK Contact Centre on 0800 555 111.”

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