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Innocence is ignored

PUBLISHED: 15:58 03 April 2008 | UPDATED: 10:54 11 August 2010

HIS picture was splashed across newspapers during a national manhunt but after being found innocent Cerie Bullivant s face is still on wanted posters. Two local police stations have notices with photographs of Cerie and the two Adams brothers, Lamine and

HIS picture was splashed across newspapers during a national manhunt but after being found innocent Cerie Bullivant's face is still on wanted posters.

Two local police stations have notices with photographs of Cerie and the two Adams brothers, Lamine and Ibrahim, up outside reading "Have you seen these men?"

Barkingside police station in High Street and Ilford police station in High Road both still have the face of an innocent man plastered on notice boards.

The other two men pictured alongside Cerie have still not been found since they breached their control order last year.

Cerie said: "Sometimes I feel like people are staring at me in the street and once someone asked me on the bus if the police were still looking for me.

"Most people don't know I've been found innocent, they just see me as a terror suspect.

"I just want to have a normal life; I want to return to studying nursing and for this nightmare to be over."

A spokesperson for Ilford police said: "The reason the picture was left up is that the other two men are missing and we need to find them.

"We will delete his picture from the notices but we will not comment further.

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