Third man wanted by police

Last updated 18:50 11/11/2012
Jamie Campbell
Jamie Campbell
Ivan Campbell
WANTED: Ivan Campbell.
jaydon galland
WANTED: Jaydon Galland.

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Police are looking for a third man believed to be with two high-risk offenders who breached parole by fleeing from a city address last week.

Jamie Campbell, 25, also known as Alexander Paul Jones is thought to be with Ivan Campbell, 46, no relation, and Jaydon Galland, 18, who absconded from the Salisbury Foundation in Merivale on Wednesday.

The younger Campbell is described as a male Caucasian, tall, of slim to medium build with dark hair and a beard.
Detective Senior Sergeant Tony Hill says Campbell was thought to be an associate of the pair, and may be driving a white Honda Civic two-door hatchback, with a sunroof, registration no. OW8480.

‘‘He may or may not be with the two men - but we would like to hear from anyone who has seen Jamie Campbell, or the white Honda Civic,’’ Hill said.

Ivan Campbell is described as a Caucasian, 177 centimetres tall, and of medium-thin build.

He has extensive tattoos on his face, neck, and arms.

Galland is described as Caucasian, also 177cm tall, of medium build, with tattoos on his neck.

Any sightings of the men should be reported urgently to police by phoning 111, or Christchurch police on (03) 363 7400.

 

 

 

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