Police hunt South London man who ‘breached tag 14 times’

Police are appealing for anyone who has information about a wanted man in Greenwich who has allegedly breached his tag a total of 14 times.

Adem Sasmaz, 28, is wanted for multiple tag breaches following his arrest for a domestic incident.

The alleged victim has been trying to retrieve their belongings from Adem’s address to no avail.

The police are appealing to the public to help them locate the man who has failed to adhere to his tag and continues to do so on a multiple occasions.

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The police are appealing to the public to find the man

Since the subject breached his tag and disappeared, the police have been unable to arrange for the victim to gain access to their belongings.

This police said this is due to the wanted man actively evading law enforcement as they have not yet been able to track him.

A spokesperson for the Metropolitan police said: “If you see this male or know where he is please contact [email protected]

“Anyone breaching tag conditions put into place shall be arrested promptly by officers”.

The electronic system known as ‘tagging’ is used to monitor those on curfews and conditions.

There are two types of electronic tag- curfew tags and location tags and the tag given is decided by the court, prison governor or parole board.

Individuals can also get in touch with police or anonymously via Crimestoppers.

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