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Child Sex Offender Wanted After Breaching Bail Conditions

A Leicester man charged with child sex offences is wanted by police after breaching the terms of his bail.

Tadiwanashe Dzikiti, 21, was charged on Saturday 2 September with one count of sexual assault of a child and three counts of sexual communication with a child following an incident that occurred in Cort Crescent, Leicester. 

Leicester Time: Child Sex Offender Wanted After Breaching Bail Conditions
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After appearing at Leicester Magistrates’ Court on Monday 4 September, he was released on court bail with a number of conditions.

It is understood Dzikiti has breached his bail conditions and as such is now wanted for the offence.

Dzikiti is also wanted after failing to appear at West Cheshire Magistrates’ Court on Tuesday 5 September in relation to drug offences.

A number of enquiries have been carried out to try and find Dzikiti and police are now asking for public help to find him.

It is believed he has connections to many areas in Birmingham, including the Ward End, Handsworth, Lozells and East Handsforth areas.

It has also been established that prior to his arrest in Leicester last weekend, Dzikiti travelled frequently by train – most recently from Birmingham to London last month.

Detective Inspector Kevin Hames said: “Dzikiti has failed to obey to the strict conditions imposed on him when he was released by the courts last week and is now wanted for this offence.

“We will continue to carry out enquiries to locate him but we are also asking for the public to help and come forward with information if you think you may have seen Dzikiti or know of his whereabouts.

“I understand people may have concerns but I can assure the public that police are doing everything possible to try and find him. Our advice for anyone who sees the man pictured is to not approach him but to call police on 999.”

Anyone who has information or thinks they may have seen Dzikiti during the last week, is urged to pass it on by calling 101 or reporting online at – quoting crime reference number 23*545950.

You can also call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.