WANTED Martin Shaw

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Latest news in Yorkshire: March 29, 2019 12:04:47 PM

Can you help Rotherham’s officers trace a wanted man?

Officers in Rotherham are asking for your help to locate wanted man
Martin Shaw.

Martin, 40, is wanted for recall to prison.

He is believed to frequent the Swinton area of Rotherham.

If you see Martin, or know where he may be, please do not approach him
but instead call the police.

Please call 101 quoting incident number 157 of 28 March 2019

You can also give information to Crimestoppers anonymously by calling
0800 555 111.

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