Following on from the Lancashire Police Operation Reckoning appeal, a wanted man out of five people has been arrested.Advertisement
Op Reckoning is a month of action to tackle domestic abuse across Preston, Chorley, South Ribble and West Lancashire.
Darren Warren, 42, was arrested in the afternoon on Wednesday 8 February, and is currently in custody.
Preston Police are still asking for help to find the following people:
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Sgt Scott Archer, of Preston Police, said: “These individuals are wanted by police and we would urge people to get in touch, supplying us with information.
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“Domestic abuse isn’t just physical – it can also be emotional, sexual, financial or controlling behaviour.
“It can also happen to anyone – regardless of their identified gender, sexuality or lifestyle. Call us if you can help.”
If you want to report a crime, but you are not in immediate danger, you can call the police on 101 or report online on the Lancashire Constabulary website.
If you need the police in an emergency, do not be afraid to dial 999 – they will help you and protect you from danger.
If you’re in an abusive relationship and need to talk to someone, when you’re ready, you can call Lancashire Victim Services on 0300 323 0085 or visit the Lancashire Victim Services website.
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