Man who skipped date with Herts court to answer assault charge is thought to be in the Wisbech area

PUBLISHED: 17:21 11 September 2018 | UPDATED: 17:21 11 September 2018

WANTED: William Billy Casssidy

WANTED: William Billy Casssidy


A 28-year-old man who failed to turn up to court to answer charges of assault is thought to have fled to the Wisbech area.

Hertfordshire Police say William Billy Cassidy was formerly of Hemel Hempstead but it now believed to be living somewhere in the Wisbech area.

He is wanted for failing to attending St Albans magistrates’ court on August 22 for a case of assault.

Call 101 only if you spot him or know where he is living.

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