Appeal reissued to find man suspected of supplying cocaine

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Charlie Salisbury. Picture SEROCU
Charlie Salisbury. Picture SEROCU

Police are re-appealing to the public for information about a man wanted in connection with drug supply offences.

Officers from the South East Regional Organised Crime Unit (SEROCU) would like to speak to Charlie Salisbury, from Bicester, in connection with an investigation in to a conspiracy to supply a class A drug – cocaine – and money laundering offences.

The 30-year-old is described as white, 5ft 7ins, slim, with short, cropped light-brown hair. He also has a large tattoo on his right arm of a Koi Carp and a dragon.

He has links to Bicester, Hayes and Hillingdon in London.

Investigating officer Detective Constable Lee Pocock, of SEROCU, said: “In May last year, police officers from the South East Regional Organised Crime Unit and Thames Valley Police carried out a search warrant in Bicester in connection with an investigation into drug supply.

“As part of that investigation, we have made continued attempts to trace Charlie Salisbury, as he is wanted in connection with drugs supply and money laundering offences.

“Today we are releasing new images of Charlie Salisbury. If you recognise this man and have information about his whereabouts, please contact police immediately.”

If you know where Charlie Salisbury is or have any further information, please contact your local police force on 101.

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