Help the Met Police find their most wanted suspects

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Help the Met Police find their most wanted suspects

The Met Police want to speak to these people in connection with several crimes across London. If you have any information about any of these cases please call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 or on their website
DCI Mick Neville talks through the crimes.
This weeks cases:

Case 1. Offence: GBH 

Crime number: 2300029/15
Police were called to the venue following reports of a disturbance involving a group of males armed with bottles and knives. 
The three victims were attacked by the suspects. Two of them were stabbed, punched and kicked. 
One male was arrested – however, police wish to identify the bare chested male.

Case 2. Offence: Criminal damage

Crime number: 2327202/14
The venue of this offence is a petrol station. 
The suspect tried to enter the shop but walked into a locked door. 
The informant explained to him that the door was locked as it was 1am. The suspect then kicked the door, causing the glass to crack before throwing an advertising board across the forecourt,taking a fire extinguisher and making off with it.

Case 3. Offence: Criminal damage

Crime number: 2531289/14. 12/12/14
The venue is a betting shop. 
The suspect was using one of the gaming machines inside the venue when he suddenly began to repeatedly strike it with an umbrella, causing a glass panel to break. 
The suspect then made off from the venue with his umbrella.

Case 4. Offence: Burglary non dwelling

Crime number: 5412485/14. 22/08/14
The three victims all work at the venue. 
They left their handbags in the staff room whilst working in the shop. 
One of the victims heard the fire alarm sound and when she returned to the office, she discovered that their handbags had been searched and property taken from each bag.

Case 5. Offence: Making off without payment/Fraud

Crime number: 2723621/14. 10/10/14

The suspects were two of three adults and a young child who attended the venue, which is a hair and beauty shop. 
The two female suspects had treatments including acrylic nails, eyebrow shaping and toenail painting. 
The suspects were not happy with the result of the eyebrow shaping and treatments and as result ran off, refusing to pay or leave any details.

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