Reward of up to £2,000 offered for information to find man wanted for serious sexual offences

10 February 2016

We're offering a reward of up to £2,000 for information on the whereabouts of a man wanted in connection with a series of sexual assaults in Buxton, Derbyshire.

Neil Jackson

Neil Jackson (pictured above), who is known to have links with Buxton, Macclesfield and Chester, is believed to have been responsible for a number of incidents, ranging from indecent assault to rape, of an 11 year-old girl over a two-year period.

The offences came to light back in 2001 when Jackson was living in the Derbyshire town - he disappeared the following day, when it is believed that he may have flown to Alicante in Spain.

In November 2015, a former colleague believes that he saw Jackson shopping in Chester city centre.

We're offering a reward of up to £2,000 for information that leads to his arrest.*

 

“Jackson has caused immense distress to a young child. He has already been on the run for far too long, potentially putting other children at risk, which is why it is imperative that he is caught soon.

“There are people out there who know where he is and I would urge you to contact Crimestoppers anonymously through our 0800 555 111 number or Anonymous Online Form.

 

“We don’t take personal information, we don’t record calls and we can’t trace calls or information given online. No-one will ever know you contacted us.”


- Gary Murray, Crimestoppers Regional Manager

 

Jackson is described as still looking very similar to his passport photo, above, but wore a beanie or flat hat when he was spotted in Chester. He has a number of tattoos on his left arm and back, including his own name. 

If he is still in this country, then it most likely that he will be living under a new identity.

If you have any information, please contact us anonymously on 0800 555 111 or through our Anonymous Online Form.

 

*Note: The reward will only qualify if information is passed to Crimestoppers’ 0800 555 111 number or anonymous online form at www.crimestoppers-uk.org. Information passed directly to police will not qualify for the full amount.