WANTED: Can you help police trace Loi Le?
Police in Sheffield are asking for your help to locate wanted man Loi Le.
Le, 49, who is a Vietnamese national, is wanted in connection with the reported rape of a child in Tinsley, Sheffield in 2012 or 2013.
The victim, who is now 15, reported the matter to police in 2018 and an investigation began to identify a suspect and locate Le. Despite extensive enquiries, he has not yet been located.
Le may also be known by the names Tai Le or Cho Ngay Hanh Phuc. In addition to Sheffield, it is thought he may have links to Manchester, Birmingham and Bradford.
Detective Constable Lee Atkins, investigating, said: "Since this matter was reported to us in 2018, we have carried out a number of complex enquiries to identify a suspect in connection with this offence.
"We have since been working with forces across the country and national agencies in a bid to identify and trace Loi Le. This has included circulating details to all forces and working with Immigration Enforcement to identify his current whereabouts.
"It's vitally important we locate Le so we can speak to him in connection with our ongoing investigation. If you recognise this man or the names he may go by, and you believe you know where he might be, please contact us."
Anyone with information is asked to call South Yorkshire Police on 101 quoting investigation number 14/29287/18.
Alternatively, you can remain completely anonymous by contacting independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 or online at crimestoppers-uk.org.