Wednesfield’s Most Wanted

Police appeal for Wolverhampton’s “most wanted” men

 Lee Heaven (left) and Adam Walker
Lee Heaven (left) and Adam Walker Credit: West Midlands Police

Detectives in Wolverhampton are appealing for information to trace two of the city’s most wanted men – Lee Heaven and Adam Walker.

Heaven (pic left) was charged with forcing entry to a pensioner’s home in Denmore Gardens on 11 March where it’s alleged he smashed an alarm system before searching the house and pocketed £500 in cash.

The 43-year-old – who has previous convictions for burglary – is on the run after skipping court in Wolverhampton.

Fellow burglary suspect Adam Walker is wanted for questioning over two raids in October.

Police believe he’s linked to a house break in School Road, Wednesfield, in early October when a vehicle was driven away after car keys had been stolen.

He is also wanted for questioning in connection with another burglary in Adey Road, Ashmore Park, where property was again stolen.

Detective Constable Marc Petford, said:

We need to know where these men are as there are concerns they could be committing more offences.

Heaven failed to appear at court having been charged with breaking into a 71-year-old man’s home and swiping his savings, while Walker has been linked to two burglaries in the space of a few weeks.


Phil Bateman

Phil Bateman is Married to Mary and lives in Wednesfield North. He was a long serving local politician having served previously on the now defunct West Midlands County Council... read more