Posted: Tue 21st Mar 2017

Crimewatch: Britain’s wanted – David Daniel Hayes from North Wales wanted for serious sexual offences against children

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Tuesday, Mar 21st, 2017


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BBC Crimewatch featured a north Wales man in the programmes selection of ‘Britain’s Most Wanted’ criminals on Monday evening.

Police are hunting for David Daniel Hayes who is wanted for alleged serious sexual offences against children.

Hayes from Anglesey, first appeared in court in November 2015 charged with raping a child, he was bailed to appear in court at a later date.

He failed to appear at Mold Crown Court in December last year.

Hayes, a former Bangor City press officer has links to Cheshire and the West of England, police think he may be on the run in mainland Europe, they also say the 38 year old may now have a beard and moustache.

All forces throughout the United Kingdom have been notified of the outstanding warrant on Hayes, but despite extensive enquiries he has not been located.

Police across Europe have been alerted in an effort to find Hayes and bring him back to the UK to face court.

North Wales Police Detective Chief Inspector Andrew Williams, said in January;

“We believe that Mr Hayes may well have travelled onto the continent after he absconded from court last year and much work continues in efforts to trace his current whereabouts.

We are working with colleagues in the National Crime Agency along with other law enforcement bodies, home and abroad, to locate him and facilitate his arrest.

It is vital that we trace Mr Hayes and anyone with information as regards his location is requested to contact North Wales.”

Contact North Wales Police on 101 or anonymously via Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

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