Detectives investigating drug dealing in London’s West End are asking for the public’s help to trace four people.
The four are being sought by officers working on Operation Dissemble, which was launched in December 2019 and has helped disrupt the supply of illegal drugs in and around Soho. They are: Andrea Bewry, 49, Alexander Drummond, 29, Nadine Charlton, 44, Mahmud Suleman, 18
Detective Constable Kathryn Waite said: “The long-term harm drug-related crime inflicts on communities cannot be understated, that is why this operation was launched. We listened to the concerns raised by local residents and businesses, and we continue to work closely with partners to keep Central London and everyone who passes through it as safe as possible.
“We have arrested more than 50 people as part of this operation, and many of those are off the streets and in jail, having been sentenced or awaiting trial for drugs offences.
“However our work continues, and we now need the public’s help to locate these people. Our efforts to trace them have so far been unsuccessful, and they could be anywhere in London or further afield.
“If you know who they are or where they are, call police and provide a name or address. By working with police and providing information, communities can really help make a difference in our efforts to make London a safer place.”
Anyone with information on their whereabouts is asked to call 101 quoting “Op Dissemble”.