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Croydon most wanted list released by police includes male model involved in nightclub killing

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CROYDON Police have revealed their "most wanted" list includes a convicted killer who was once a male model and allegedly had a relationship with a prison officer.

Detectives this week released images of five men, all of whom are currently wanted but officers have been unable to locate.

They include Edwin Bamfo, 24, wanted for recall to prison having previously been convicted of manslaughter.

Bamfo, of Upper Norwood, was jailed for ten years in December 2006, as one of five men convicted over the killing of care worker Charles Anokye at a Brixton nightclub.

In 2010, a prison officer at Aylesbury Young Offenders' Institute was arrested on suspicion of inappropriate contact with Bamfo, who appears bare-chested on modelling website modelmayhem .com

In his profile on the site, Bamfo describes himself as an "aspiring model with various fashion shows and photoshoots under my experience belt".

He adds: "I'm hoping I have sparked the desire in your eyes to want to work with me, so contact me please!

"You will find confidence, professionalism and the results you are looking for (on top of a few jokes lol).

"Hope to hear from you soon until then take care and wishes of all the success for you and those around you."

On another modelling website, Bamfo says he is available for work including "high fashion/catwalk, commercial, catalogue, and underwear/lingerie".

Croydon Police this week said Bamfo is "wanted on recall to prison having previously been convicted of manslaughter".

He was recalled on September 28 and, despite an initial police appeal before Christmas, remains at large.

Four other men are also being hunted, in connection with crimes including burglary and robbery.

Detective Sergeant Steve George of Croydon CID, said: "We'd urge the public to let us know if they've seen any of these people about or know where we can find them.

"They're all wanted by us, but despite officers carrying out numerous visits to addresses that they are known at, we've not been able to locate them as yet."

Anyone with information about any of the five men should call Croydon police on 101, or alternatively, contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

Croydon most wanted list released by police includes male model involved in nightclub killing


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