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Police seek wanted St leonards man Kyle Declan Smith

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23/4/18


 

 

Police seek wanted St Leonards man Kyle Declan Smith

 

 

Police want to trace Kyle Declan Smith, 27, of De Champ Road, St Leonards-on-Sea, who is wanted on recall to prison following his breaching of a restraining order after being released on licence.

He was released from custody at HM Prison Lewes  on 23 February while serving a nine month, seven day sentence imposed on 31 July last year for assault by beating on his previous partner.  The restraining order was imposed on conviction.

Smith is known to have connections in Folkestone and Margate, so there is a possibility he may be in Kent.

He is described as white, 5'9", of slight build, with short brown hair and a beard. He has brown eyes.

Anyone seeing Smith or knowing of his whereabouts is asked to contact Sussex Police by phoning 101, asking for Sussex Police and quoting serial 624 of 10/04.


 

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