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Lancashire: Two Accrington men wanted on prison recall
September 21, 2012, 1:38 pm
POLICE are appealing for information about the whereabouts of two Accrington men who are wanted on prison recall.
Adam Corbett, 24, formally of Frederick Street, Oswaldtwisle was sentenced to six weeks in prison back in April 2012 for vehicle interference and theft from a power wash meter.
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He was released from HMP Liverpool in May 2012 but has since breached the terms of his licence and has been recalled to prison.
Police are also looking for 28 year old Daniel Dwyer who most recently lived at an address in Dowry Street, Accrington. He was jailed for 134 weeks in June 2011 for a burglary offence in Accrington June 2010.
He was released from HMP Forest Bank in July 2012 but has since breached the terms of his licence and has been recalled to prison.
Inspector Ian Whitehead said: “We believe they are both still in the Hyndburn area and I would ask the public to be vigilant and report any sightings of Corbett or Dwyer to the police.
“As a force we have a high success rate of returning people to prison and use all methods to catch these people and to return them to serve the remainder of their sentence.”
Corbett is 5ft 11inches tall, slim build with brown eyes and short blonde brown hair.
Dwyer is described as being around 5ft 6inches tall, medium build with blue eyes and short fair hair.
Anyone with any information about the whereabouts of either men should call Lancashire Police on 101.
People with information can also contact the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 or on-line at Crimestoppers-uk.org. No personal details are taken, information is not traced or recorded and you will not go to court.
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