POLICE have warned people “not to approach” a wanted 18-year-old, if you spot him in Bradford.
Instead, you should ring 999 straight away and let the force know where you have seen Adelin Olteanu.
Thames Valley Police has renewed an appeal for the public’s help to trace the 18-year-old, who is wanted in connection with a street robbery in Aylesbury – more than 150 miles away from Bradford.
But, Mr Olteanu is known to frequent the city, as well as Aylesbury, Manchester, Leeds, Sheffield and London.
Officers need to speak to him after an 87-year-old man was hit in Aylesbury town centre at around 10pm on Tuesday, March 17, this year.
The man required hospital treatment, but he has since been discharged.
Designated investigator, Hannah Mitchell of the Aylesbury Priority Crime Team, said: “Despite concerted efforts to locate Olteanu, we have as of yet been unable to do so.
“I am appealing to anybody who knows where he is to get in touch with police.”
She added: “I would also urge the public if they see Olteanu, not to approach him, but to get in touch with police immediately on 999.”
If you have any information that could help find Mr Olteanu, you should ring 101, or use the contact options on any of the police websites.
You should quote reference number: 43200090463.
You can also make a report completely anonymously through independent charity, Crimestoppers, on: 0800 555 111.
If you actually see Mr Olteanu, you should ring 999.