Men wanted after removing electronic bracelets

Alaric Eccleston has breached his home detention conditions. Photo / Supplied via police
Alaric Eccleston has breached his home detention conditions. Photo / Supplied via police

A 30-year-old Auckland man has fled after cutting off his electronic bracelet.

Alaric Eccleston breached his home detention conditions when he cut off his bracelet in April.

He has an active charge for allegedly assaulting someone using the butt of a firearm, police said.

There are several warrants out for his arrest.

Police have made many attempts to locate him through contacting his family and friends, in Auckland and Tokoroa.

He should not be approached by members of the public.

Anyone who sees him or knows where he is should call 111 immediately.

Non-urgent information can be given to acting Sergeant Tama Morehu at the Avondale Police on 09 820 5630.

In Wellington, police are looking for Lydon Keil also removed his electronic bracelet on June 27.

Keil was described as a 31-year-old Pacific Islander of solid build.

He had links to the Hutt Valley and Kapiti Mana area.

Lydon Keil is considered dangerous and should not be approached. Photo / Supplied via police
Lydon Keil is considered dangerous and should not be approached. Photo / Supplied via police

Police said he was considered dangerous and should not be approached.

Anyone with information on his whereabouts should contact Wellington Police on 04 381 2000 stating the case number 160711/7210.

Information to assist locating Keil can also be provided to Constable McVicker on AMCF68@police.govt.nz or anonymously via Crimestoppers on 0800

- NZ Herald

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