Plymouth's 30 'most wanted' get hand-written card from police
THIRTY Plymouth criminals currently wanted by city police have been sent hand-written cards urging them to hand themselves in.
Those receiving the Easter cards are wanted for a variety of crimes for which they jumped bail after being charged.
“It is important to remind these people that they are still very much in our thoughts, we are looking for them and they could have a miserable Easter locked-up if we pick them up in the days leading up to the long weekend,” said PC Greg Rendle, who has sent the cards.
“Anyone handing themselves in during the next week or so will not get a chocolate egg, but they will be processed and dealt with as quickly as possible. Those who don’t, and are picked up in the days building up to Good Friday, can expect to spend a few days in the cells.”