Suspect in Banbury burglaries makes Northamptonshire's most wanted

Northamptonshire Police has released a set of wanted appeals as part of Operation Crooked which specifically targets burglars.

Wednesday, 22nd January 2020, 1:51 pm
Updated Wednesday, 22nd January 2020, 1:57 pm
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In line with the Force's priority to reduce residential burglary, a Force Burglary Team, consisting of nine officers supported by intelligence, forensic and proactive resources, was created in April 2019, under the banner - Operation Crooked, to tackle the issue.

The team sits within the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) and focuses solely on burglaries.

Since their inception, burglaries across Northamptonshire have significantly reduced.

Curtis Dean Flint, 26, of No Fixed Abode, wanted for two burglaries in Banbury

As part of the operation, the Force is issuing another set of wanted appeals to target offenders most wanted for burglary offences.

Northamptonshire's most wanted burglars are:

Curtis Dean Flint, 26, of No Fixed Abode, wanted for two burglaries in Banbury in October 2019.

Artur Fornalczyk, 22, of Corby, wanted for a burglary in Corby in September 2019.

Artur Fornalczyk, 22, of Corby

Michael Patrick Connors, 20, of Northampton, wanted for a burglary in Irthlingborough in September 2019.

Patrick James Fahey, 32, of Kettering, wanted for a burglary in Kettering in January 2019.

If you see any of them, call Northamptonshire Police on 101. Alternatively you can call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 55511.

Michael Patrick Connors, 20
Patrick James Fahey, 32