Detectives have released the name and pictures of a man wanted in connection with a rape in July 2010.
The police have named the suspect as Kohwam Dayoh Adio Agnide, 23. He is originally from Benin in Africa, and was also a lodger at the premises.
At approximately 20.00hrs on 11st July 2010 a 22-year-old woman was raped at a residential address in Upland Road, Dulwich. At the time of the incident the female victim was renting a room at this property when she was left alone with the suspect. This was when he allegedly raped her.
Police are aware that Mr Agnide entered the UK on a business visa in December 2009 and is potentially staying in this country illegally.
Officers from the Metropolitan Police’s Sapphire Unit believe that Mr. Agnide may be in south London. They have information to suggest that he could be working in the Elephant and Castle area of Southwark under a different name.
Detective Constable James Gerrard from Sapphire in Southwark said: “This man has multiple identities and we believe he may be living and working in the Elephant and Castle area. We would like to urge this man to contact us immediately so that we can speak to him about this allegation. If you think you recognise his photograph or know who and where this man is, we would like to hear from you.”
Anyone with information is asked to call DC Gerrard or DS May Carpenter on 020 7232 6182 or call crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.