Detectives renew appeal for Suffolk's 'most wanted man'

Alfie Smith, Suffolk police's most wanted man
Image caption Alfie Smith is thought to be connected to a string of burglaries

Suffolk Police are renewing their appeal for information on the whereabouts of their "most wanted man".

Alfie Smith, 31, is wanted for conspiracy to commit burglary and money-laundering offences.

About 70 premises were targeted, from residential sheds and garages to farm outbuildings, business and cash machines in a string of incidents over a nine-month period.

Smith is also wanted for recall to prison by Essex Police.

Stolen or cloned vehicles were used during the offences and items taken include power tools, landscaping machinery, cash and cigarettes.

The offences were were committed in the Babergh, St Edmundsbury and Mid Suffolk districts between May 2009 and February 2010.

Smith is white, about 5ft 9in (1.75m) tall, of large build and with short brown hair.

He has a number of scars on his face and tattoos on both arms.

His last known address was at Barnardiston, near Haverhill, and he is known to have contacts across the country.

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