Police appeal over Blackburn man

Blackburn Citizen: HUNT Karl Lynch, 21, of Mil Hill HUNT Karl Lynch, 21, of Mil Hill

A 21-YEAR-OLD man is being sought in connection with a number of offences.

Karl Lynch, from Mill Hill, Blackburn, is wanted in connection with assault, criminal damage, threats to commit criminal damage, harassment and public order offences in the Blackburn area.

And officers investigating said they thought he would be easily recognised by people living locally.

PC Gary Hennighan said: “I strongly believe that Lynch is still in the Blackburn area and is being harboured by one or more people as he tries to evade arrest.

“Lynch is wanted for several serious offences and we believe he is well-known in the Mill Hill area. I am sure somebody has seen him out and about.

“I am urging anyone who has any knowledge of where Lynch is to contact the police, even anonymously if they would prefer.”

Anyone with information can contact police by calling the new non-emergency number 101 or information can be passed via the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555111.

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12:38pm Mon 24 Sep 12

nearly sane says...

Looking at that shirt, the fashion police should be after him as well.
Looking at that shirt, the fashion police should be after him as well. nearly sane

1:07pm Mon 24 Sep 12

mavrick says...

When we had the local beat bobby people like this would have been sorted a long time ago.
When we had the local beat bobby people like this would have been sorted a long time ago. mavrick

1:14pm Mon 24 Sep 12

useyourhead says...

mavrick wrote:
When we had the local beat bobby people like this would have been sorted a long time ago.
Agreed.
[quote][p][bold]mavrick[/bold] wrote: When we had the local beat bobby people like this would have been sorted a long time ago.[/p][/quote]Agreed. useyourhead

2:43pm Mon 24 Sep 12

Scooby says...

mavrick wrote:
When we had the local beat bobby people like this would have been sorted a long time ago.
Erm, you have got a "local beat bobby". Sgt Trapp and his team are based at Mill Hill Community Centre and work in Mill Hill and the surrounding areas.
[quote][p][bold]mavrick[/bold] wrote: When we had the local beat bobby people like this would have been sorted a long time ago.[/p][/quote]Erm, you have got a "local beat bobby". Sgt Trapp and his team are based at Mill Hill Community Centre and work in Mill Hill and the surrounding areas. Scooby

5:48pm Mon 24 Sep 12

woolywords says...

My guess, and I'm usually not wide of the mark with them, the photo was taken when he was in custody, after all his clothes had been taken for forensic examination. Then he was then given bail, without restriction, to appear at a later date and is now the subject of a bench warrant for failing to appear.

Here's a tip for you to follow up. Take each of his known friends and family into the police station, make them sign a statement to the effect that they don't know where he is and after he is caught, jail the beggars who lied!
My guess, and I'm usually not wide of the mark with them, the photo was taken when he was in custody, after all his clothes had been taken for forensic examination. Then he was then given bail, without restriction, to appear at a later date and is now the subject of a bench warrant for failing to appear. Here's a tip for you to follow up. Take each of his known friends and family into the police station, make them sign a statement to the effect that they don't know where he is and after he is caught, jail the beggars who lied! woolywords

10:45pm Mon 24 Sep 12

Rimbus says...

nearly sane wrote:
Looking at that shirt, the fashion police should be after him as well.
Perhaps in future when Police take the clothing from some-one in custody for forensic analysis they should clothe said suspect in Armani, Ralph Loren Polo or Ted Baker, rather than the blue paper boiler suit, as modelled by Mr Lynch in the picture above.
[quote][p][bold]nearly sane[/bold] wrote: Looking at that shirt, the fashion police should be after him as well.[/p][/quote]Perhaps in future when Police take the clothing from some-one in custody for forensic analysis they should clothe said suspect in Armani, Ralph Loren Polo or Ted Baker, rather than the blue paper boiler suit, as modelled by Mr Lynch in the picture above. Rimbus

11:55pm Mon 24 Sep 12

useyourhead says...

Rimbus wrote:
nearly sane wrote:
Looking at that shirt, the fashion police should be after him as well.
Perhaps in future when Police take the clothing from some-one in custody for forensic analysis they should clothe said suspect in Armani, Ralph Loren Polo or Ted Baker, rather than the blue paper boiler suit, as modelled by Mr Lynch in the picture above.
or at least help him button said blue paper boiler suit properly!
[quote][p][bold]Rimbus[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]nearly sane[/bold] wrote: Looking at that shirt, the fashion police should be after him as well.[/p][/quote]Perhaps in future when Police take the clothing from some-one in custody for forensic analysis they should clothe said suspect in Armani, Ralph Loren Polo or Ted Baker, rather than the blue paper boiler suit, as modelled by Mr Lynch in the picture above.[/p][/quote]or at least help him button said blue paper boiler suit properly! useyourhead

1:57am Wed 26 Sep 12

mr,m.c says...

if this is blackburns most wanted then it cant be a bad place to life
if this is blackburns most wanted then it cant be a bad place to life mr,m.c

2:04am Wed 26 Sep 12

mr,m.c says...

if this is blackburns most wanted then it cant be a bad place to live
if this is blackburns most wanted then it cant be a bad place to live mr,m.c

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