Crimewatch appeal launched to help find Mohammed Ikram sought over indecent assault in Bournemouth (From Bournemouth Echo)
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Crimewatch appeal launched to help find Mohammed Ikram sought over indecent assault in Bournemouth
DETECTIVES have launched a new appeal to track down a man they want to speak about an indecent assault on Bournemouth beach four years ago.
They have issued the appeal through Crimewatch - and now hope that Bournemouth residents can help - in a bid to find Mohammed Ikram, 43, who police said could be using a fake name.
He has disappeared and efforts to find him have hit a brick wall.
It involved a girl from the Southampton area, who was aged 16 at the time.
Officers want to hear from anyone who knows Ikram's whereabouts.
“Mohammed Ikram failed to answer his bail at a police station and subsequently the relevant checks and procedures were put in place trying to locate him.
“All available avenues have now been exhausted and, following a review by officers, a decision has been made to enlist the help of the public to find Mohammed Ikram,” the spokesman added.
Ikram, who police said struggled to speak English, has links across London, particularly to the Neasden area.
The plea comes in the same week as the well-publicised appeal over the Madeleine McCann disappearance, so detectives will be hoping that the case reaches a wider audience as a result.
Anyone with information about Mohammed Ikram should contact Dorset Police on 01202 222222 or call Crimestoppers in confidence on 0800 555 111, where mobile phone tariffs may apply.
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