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Search for Malcolm Howell in Brighton and Hove over stalking allegations

News   •   Jun 19, 2019 14:37 BST

Police are looking for Malcolm Howell, 52, who is wanted for interview over allegations that he has been stalking a woman known to him in Hove.

He also uses the name John Dory and the nickname "Fish".

Howell is described as white, 5'8", of stocky build and with mousy coloured hair.

He is known to frequent Portslade and Brighton city centre.

Detective Sergeant Sebastian Day said; "If you know where Howell might be, or if you see him out and about, do not approach him but please give us a call on 999 as soon as possible quoting serial 217 of 14/06.

You can also contact the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.


Ref: SXP54881/2019
Author: Tim Mahony

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