Photos released of three men wanted in connection with cannabis factory murder
Photographs of three men wanted in connection with the murder of
a man at a cannabis factory in South Woodham Ferrers, Essex have been released. [26 July 2011]
Detectives launched a murder investigation after the discovery of a Vietnamese man’s body in an industrial unit in Redhills Road on 9 December 2010.
A post-mortem examination showed that the 39-year-old man, named as Duy Hai Tran, died as a result of a broken spine and fracturing of the skull.
Police believe he died after falling through a skylight in the roof during a break in at the cannabis factory.
Detectives are now appealing for the public’s help to trace three men who are also wanted for questioning in connection with the murder and burglary.
The wanted men
They are all known
to associate within the Romford, Havering, Barking, Dagenham and Forrest Gate
areas of Essex and East London.
Anthony Morrisson, 21, is 5ft 7in and of slim build. He has blue eyes and a tattoo of the word ‘everything’ on his left arm. See Anthony Morrisson's photograph and description on Most Wanted.
Stephen Morrisson, 22, is 5ft 8in and of slim build. He has brown eyes and has lots of tattoos on his left arm including one of a baby’s face. See Stephen Morrisson's photograph and desciption on Most Wanted.
Police are also keen to trace Terry Gould who is 30-years-old and 6ft tall. He is of medium build and has brown eyes and a broken nose. See Terry Gould's photograph and desciption on Most Wanted.
All of the men are dangerous and should not be approached.
Who to contact
If you know where any of the men are, please contact the Kent and Essex Serious Crime Directorate at Brentwood on 0300 333 4444.
If you don't want to speak to the police you can contact us anonymously by calling 0800 555 111 or using our anonymous online giving information form.
We don't take caller's names or personal details
Ann Scott, Regional Manager for Crimestoppers in the East of England said: “If someone has information
about these men they may feel uncomfortable about going to the police.
“Crimestoppers can take this information 100% anonymously. We do not ask for the caller’s name or any personal details. We do not trace or record our calls and those giving information do not have to give a statement to the police or go to court. Nobody will know you called.
“In the 23 years we have been running Crimestoppers has never broken its promise of anonymity.”
People already arrested
A number of people have already been charged with drug
related offences in connection with a burglary at the factory.
Five men have been arrested and charged with conspiracy to burgle and conspiracy to supply cannabis. They are aged 25 and from West Ham, 23 from Stratford, 24 from Plaistow, 25 from Romford and 27 from Hornchurch. All five men remain on police bail until 14 September 2011, whilst officers continue to make enquiries into the death of Mr Tran. A 22-year-old man from East London has already pleaded guilty to burglary and been sentenced to three years imprisonment.
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