POLICE have named a man who failed to turn up in court after he was charged with car crimes.
Jermaine Junior Trevor Cunningham is the latest in a spate of wanted people named by police as they step up the hunt to find them.
All have been charged with offences, but then did not turn up in court and skipped bail.
After their names have appeared in the Examiner some have turned themselves in, while others have been caught.
If anyone knows where they are, they are urged to contact police immediately.
Police have strongly urged anyone who is wanted on warrant to turn themselves in now or face having their name in the Examiner.
Jermaine Cunningham, 21, is wanted on warrant for failing to appear at Huddersfield Magistrates’ Court for offences involving vehicles.
His last known address was on Whiteley Street in Milnsbridge, but he is also known to frequent the Linthwaite and Golcar areas.
He is mixed race, 5ft 7ins tall with black hair and brown eyes.
Another man wanted for skipping bail is 36-year-old Jason Tolson.
He is wanted on warrant for failing to appear for breach of a Community Order made at Huddersfield Magistrates’ Court on May 30.
He was last known to live at School Crescent in Dewsbury, but is also known to frequent the Skelmanthorpe, Scissett and Clayton West areas.
He is white, about 5ft 10ins tall and slim with green eyes. He has red hair, but usually shaves his head and he may have a red goatee beard.
Det Sgt Jim Carter from Kirklees CID intelligence unit, said: “If anyone has seen either of these two men recently or knows where they are now, give us a call.’’
Phone Det Sgt Carter direct on 01484 436675, the police switchboard on 0845 6060606 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.