Police have released this week’s rogue’s gallery of the most wanted people in East Lancashire.

This week’s list includes two men and two women, who Lancashire Police are seeking for a variety of offences.

Anyone who sees these people, or knows of their whereabouts, is urged to contact police so they can be brought to justice.

East Lancashire’s most wanted this week

Bradley Moore

Lancashire Telegraph: Bradley MooreBradley Moore (Image: Lancashire Police)Bradley Moore, aged 25, is wanted by police for harassment.

He is described as being 5ft 9ins tall, with blond hair and of slim build.

He is known to have links with both the Hyndburn and Burnley areas.

Pamela Boyle

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Aged, 38, Pamela Boyle, is also wanted for harassment.

Known to have links to Blackburn, she is described as being of small build, with dark brown hair.

She is listed by police as being 5ft 2ins in height.

Michaela Glover

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Michaela Glover is wanted by police for theft offences and on a warrant for failing to comply with court orders.

Glover, 35, is described as a white female of slim build, 5ft 3ins tall, with blonde/brown hair.

She is known to frequent the Burnley area.

Stephen Keeble

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Stephen Keeble is instantly recognisable due to his collection of face and head tattoos, which include writing and some sort of tribal design on his cheeks, forehead and neck.

Police are seeking the 30-year-old, who is known to frequent Burnley and Manchester, on suspicion of assault.

He is described as white, 5ft 9ins tall and of medium build.

Anyone who recognises these people, has seen them or knows where they are, is asked to contact Lancashire Police as soon as possible.

Police can be contacted by calling 101, using the reporting tool on the Lancashire Police website, or information can be given to independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.