We are continuing to appeal for information to find Martin Stokes in connection with an attempted murder investigation in Brentwood.
We are trying to locate him after three people in collision with a vehicle outside The Sugar Hut, in Brentwood High Street, at around 3.10am on Sunday 2 April 2017.
They were all taken to hospital with serious injuries after they were in collision with a vehicle, one with serious internal injuries including chest injuries, broken ribs, a collapsed lung, fractured spine, and lacerations to his liver and head.
We believe Stokes, 25, has links to London, Hertfordshire, Manchester and Southern Ireland.
Senior investigating officer DCI Stuart Truss said: “Stokes continues to remain at large in connection with an attempted murder investigation and I really need your help to locate him.
“I believe someone has information about his whereabouts and I’d urge you to come forward.
“That night our officers faced a chaotic scenes, with large numbers of people fighting. During the melee a man suffered life-threatening injuries and he has been left with physical and emotion trauma.
“Since we started our investigations, 10 people been convicted for their involvement and this is testament to the hard work of our officers and local businesses, like The Sugar Hut, who have assisted us with CCTV and our enquiries.”
At Chelmsford Crown Court on Friday 21 June, eight men admitted affray and were given suspended prison sentences, fined and were ordered to complete unpaid work totalling 880 hours.
They were Jack Willmott, 26, of Stelling Road, Erith, Ellis Saunders, 27, of Swallow Close, Erith, Syd Smith, 29, of Orchard Close, Bexleyheath, Joe Bignall, 22, of Wheatstone Road, Erith, Bobby Menah, 37, of Wessex Drive, Erith, Charlie Rickman, 27, of Chapel Road, Bexleyheath, Harry Popeley, 27, of High Street, Chislehurst, Bromley, and Danny Cobbing; 26, of Perrysfield Close, Cheshunt, Waltham Abbey.
On Thursday 13 December, 2018, James Goode, 23, of Tudor Road, Leigh-on-Sea, and Liam Henderson, 23, of Siviter Way, Dagenham, were also fined and ordered to pay unpaid work for affray.
Simon McDonagh, 34, of Cricketfield Road, West Drayton, Hillingdon, Shane McDonagh, 23, of Lyton Close, Willesden, Brent, and George Humber, 25, of Mount Road, Bexleyheath, Kent, were all found not guilty of affray on Tuesday 30 April.
Anyone with information about is asked to call Essex Major Investigations Team on 101 quoting crime reference 42/50229/17.
You can also report information anonymously to Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 or you can report information by visiting https://mipp.police.uk/operation/4201020117L75-PO1.