Police hunt men across Isle and North Lincs

Raimondas Pupsys is being sought by officers in connection with a serious offence which happened in Scunthorpe on Friday 12 July.

Raimondas Pupsys is being sought by officers in connection with a serious offence which happened in Scunthorpe on Friday 12 July.

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Two men are wanted by officers in North Lincolnshire in connection with a serious crime.

Humberside police are appealing for help in locating two men, linked to a serious offence that happened on Jackson Road, Scunthorpe at around 9pm on July 12.

Ernestas Rimkevicius is being sought by officers in connection with a serious offence which happened in Scunthorpe on Friday 12 July.

Ernestas Rimkevicius is being sought by officers in connection with a serious offence which happened in Scunthorpe on Friday 12 July.

Raimondas Pupsys, 26, of Rowland Road, Scunthorpe and Ernestas Rimkevicius, 28, of Fox Street, Scunthorpe are sought as part of police Operation Tate.

Both men have connections in North East Lincolnshire and they may have travelled back to Lithuania.

Detective Inspector Andy Stones, who is leading the investigation said: “I really need people who know where either Raimondas Pupsys or Ernestas Rimkevicius are, to come forward and tell police.

“Since the launch of Operation Tate we have arrested and charged two people. Both of these individuals have appeared in court and are now remanded in custody. It is for this reason that I am not able to go into any other detail about the nature of the offence. All I can say is that both men are wanted for very serious matters and it is vital that we find them.

“As part of our enquiries we have been engaging with the Lithuanian community. I am now appealing to the general public, if you know anything about the whereabouts of either of these men then please contact us.

“All information that is passed to police is done so in the strictest of confidence. Please get in touch and help us to locate these two people.”

Call Humberside Police tel 101 quoting LOG 114 of 30 July 2013 or Crimestoppers anonymously tel 0800 555 111.