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Trevor Sherwood
Trevor Sherwood writes crime and policing news and graduated Teesside Uni with a degree in Crime & Investigation.

A man who is wanted by police has began mocking detectives attempting to trace him using Snapchat and Facebook.

Since Lincolnshire Police posted a wanted appeal on there Facebook page Aaron Bee aged 22 has began taunting officers with messages, photos and snapchats.

These include images of Police Officers he has been near and even one of him stood outside the police station.


A mugshot of Bee was uploaded to the forces Facebook page to which he commented saying ‘Haha.’

This was his first post of many in which he began taunting the police.

He further posted “I’ll play hide and seek till it gets boring.”

Bee then snapped a picture of an officer outside his house and posted a picture saying “Hello is it me your looking for”.

He then uploaded a quick selfie outside Lincoln Police Station further mocking detectives.

Police have told Police Hour “officers are working to trace this man who is wanted in connection with assault on 14th October and in connection with a domestic related incident on the 10th October”

Anyone with information is requested to call police on 101.

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