Newspaper article The Evening Standard (London, England)

Knife and Acid Attack Suspects on Wanted List; Met Seeks Public's Help to Catch 18 Fugitives Sought for Serious Crimes

Newspaper article The Evening Standard (London, England)

Knife and Acid Attack Suspects on Wanted List; Met Seeks Public's Help to Catch 18 Fugitives Sought for Serious Crimes

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Byline: Anthony France

A SUSPECT accused of the near-fatal stabbing of a young man at a petrol station is among Scotland Yard's 18 most wanted fugitives named today.

Ladie Girre, 24, of Hounslow, allegedly knifed the victim, in his twenties, on the forecourt in Isleworth at about 4pm on September 1 last year.

The injured man was then chased into the petrol station shop in Twickenham Road while being repeatedly stabbed in the chest, stomach and abdomen.

He managed to stumble half a mile up the road to a hospital. His injuries were feared to be life-threatening but after emergency treatment he recovered.

The Met today appealed for the public's help to track down Girre -- who is accused of attempted murder -- as well as 15 other men and two women by releasing their names and mugshots.

One is suspected of an acid attack while several others are wanted for offences including domestic violence, serious assault and robbery.

Billy Crook, 23, of Peckham, is sought on suspicion of actual bodily harm for allegedly assaulting an ex-partner and threatening to visit her address in August last year to kick her door in.

Ewa Chrzanowska 26, of Acton, is wanted over a suspected acid attack during which suspects forced entry to a home in Ealing and tried to remove a child in September 2016.

And Mohamed Idris, 24, of Wembley, is suspected of a robbery when a male victim was pushed to the floor, repeatedly kicked and punched and had a watch stolen earlier this year.

Detective Superintendent Lee Hill, behind the force's Wanted Week of Action, warned the public not to approach any of the suspects but to dial 999 immediately.

He said: "Violence, drug and other priority crimes such as burglary are of great concern to the communities of London Enforcement operations and investigations are in place to locate wanted suspects but the public can help significantly. …

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