£500 reward for information on Eastbourne’s most wanted

Nathan Jackson SUS-151113-171140001
Nathan Jackson SUS-151113-171140001

Police are offering a £500 reward for information leading to the successful arrest of an Eastbourne man.

Nathan Jackson, 41, has breached the terms of his licence and he has been on Sussex Police’s most wanted list for more than two years.

Detective Inspector Andy Harbour said, “Jackson is originally from Manchester and we know he has links in the city area and Lancashire. We believe he committed crimes in Eastbourne where he was living in January 2014 and that he has connections in Hastings as well.

“He is black, around 5ft 9in and bald. He has a tattoo of a cannabis leaf on his upper left arm and the words Diane and RIP Nikki on the inside of his lower right arm. He may have changed his appearance, but his tattoos are distinctive.”

“We are appealing for anyone that has any information, however small, to contact police about his whereabouts. He is not believed to be a danger to the public, but anyone who has seen him recently should contact police. A £500 reward is being offered for information leading to his successful arrest.”

Jackson, who was initially jailed for burglary, has been ordered to return to prison by the Ministry of Justice for failing to meet prison release licence conditions.

Anyone with information is asked to contact police on 101@sussex.pnn.police.uk quoting serial 2004 of 24/12/13.

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