Lancashire Police has revealed the faces of the four men and women who are the most wanted by officers in East Lancashire this week.

Police have published the details of the top four people they are seeking in the region, and are appealing for the public’s help in tracking them down.

They are wanted for a variety of reasons, and if a member of the public has seen any of them, or has any information about the whereabouts of the four, they are asked to contact police immediately.

East Lancashire’s most wanted this week

Jordan Hanson

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First up is Jordan Hanson, who is wanted for criminal damage and assault.

The 25 year old is described as a white male of slim build, 5ft 9ins tall and with brown hair.

He is known to have links to the Blackburn area.

Bradley Moore

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A regular fixture on the wanted list, Moore is still being sought by police.

He is described as being a 5ft 9ins tall white male of slim build with blond hair.

Moore, 25, has links to both the Hyndburn and Burnley areas.

Michaela Glover

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Still be sought after appealing on the most wanted list last week is Michaela Glover, 35, who frequents the Burnley area.

Glover is wanted by police for multiple theft offences, assault and on a court warrant.

She is described as a white female with dark blonde hair and of slim build, standing 5ft 3ins tall.

Natasha Walker

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Wanted on suspicion of robbery, Walker is described as a white female of slim build and 5ft 3ins tall.

She has brown hair, a neck tattoo, and a mark on her right cheek.

Walker is known to frequent the Burnley area.

Anyone who recognises these people, has seen them or knows of their whereabouts is asked to contact Lancashire Police by calling 101 or using the reporting tool on the constabulary's website.

Information can also be passed anonymously to independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555111.