£3000 reward offered for wanted Sunderland paedophile

A financial reward is being offered for a wanted Sunderland man, who has breached his release license.

Crimestoppers is renewing its offer of £3,000 for information which leads to the capture of Jordan, 31, who knows he is wanted on emergency recall to prison for breaching the terms of his licence.

Jordan is a convicted child sex offender, who was previously jailed for having sex with a 13 year old schoolgirl.

Jordan, from Sunderland, also has links to Derbyshire, Edinburgh, and Manchester, with officers continuing with their enquiries to get him back behind bars.

“We are actively searching for Alan Jordan and believe that there will be people out in the community who have seen him,” said detective inspector Lee Underwood, of Northumbria Police.

“Jordan knows that he is wanted and, despite extensive searches across Wearside, and also appeals for information, he remains at large. Crimestoppers has offered the reward for anybody who passes on crucial information that leads to his swift arrest, and I’d encourage anybody who knows his whereabouts to contact police, or to stay anonymous and perhaps be eligible for their reward, contact the charity directly.

“We do not want anybody to get into trouble on Jordan’s account and would like to remind everyone that it is a criminal offence to harbour a wanted fugitive. That offence could lead to a potential jail term.