Detectives continue to hunt for a suspected drug dealer from Bicester.

Charlie Salisbury, 29, is wanted by regional organised crime squad detectives investigating a plot to supply cocaine and money laundering.

Officers issued a wanted appeal in July and this week confirmed that Salisbury - who has a distinctive Koi carp tattoo on his right arm - is yet to be found.

Det Con Lee Pocock of the South East Regional Organised Crime Unit said: “We’ve been carrying out extensive enquiries in Oxfordshire and beyond to locate him as we need to speak to him in connection with an investigation into drug supply and money laundering offences.

“If you see Charlie Salisbury, or have information which may assist our enquiries, please do not approach him but instead contact police immediately.”

He added: “I would also like to appeal to Charlie directly – if you see this appeal please contact police.”

Salisbury is said to have links to Bicester, in Oxfordshire, and Hayes and Hillingdon, London.

The 29-year-old is described as white, 5ft 7ins, slim, with short cropped light-brown hair, and has a large tattoo on his right arm of a Koi carp and a dragon. 

WANTED: Charlie Salisbury Picture: SEROCU

WANTED: Charlie Salisbury Picture: SEROCU

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