Merseyside man wanted on recall – Alex Ivan John Maloney


Wanten Alex Ivan John Maloney

Merseyside Police is re-appealing for the public’s help to trace a 29-year-old man who is wanted on recall to prison.

Detectives are keen to hear from anyone who can help trace Alex Ivan John Maloney, 29, of no fixed abode, who is wanted on recall to prison for breaching his licence conditions.

Officers also want to speak to Mr Maloney as part of investigations into a series of burglaries in Sefton between 3 November 2015 and 31 January 2016.

During the incidents, mostly at premises used for education and care services in the Sefton area, an offender stole items such as charity collection boxes, a purse, a laptop, and musical instruments from public and staff areas.

The most recent incident was reported on Sunday (31 January 2016) when a man forced entry to the presbytery near Our Lady Queen of Peace Roman Catholic Church, Litherland at around 9.45am. A quantity of cash was taken in the burglary and the man made off on foot.

Extensive enquiries have been made by officers to progress the investigation and they are now asking for the public’s help in tracing Mr Maloney so they can speak to him as part of their enquiries.

Mr Maloney is described as being white, 6ft tall, and of slim build. He has short brown hair, brown eyes and wears glasses.

He is known to have links to the Bootle, Litherland and South Liverpool areas.

Officers would ask Mr Maloney, or anyone who knows of his whereabouts, to contact officers on 0151 777 3702 or via the non-emergency 101 number. Information can also be provided to Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.


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