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Police warn violent offender could be using trains to avoid capture
2021-10-11 13:58:00
Police have issued a warning that a violent offender on the run may be using the rail network to avoid capture and is known to have connections across the country. Balasankar Narayanan, 35, absconded from a care facility near Ilford in London on Thursday October 7. For the latest crime headlines, click here. Chief Inspector John Fish has warned that Narayanan can be violent and has told the public that they should not approach him if seen and should call 999 instead. Narayanan has connections in London, notably Newham, Greenford, Hammersmith, Highgate and Ilford, as well as the West Midlands and has also been found in Grays and Manchester. For the latest Hull Live headlines direct to your inbox, click here. A Humberside Police spokesperson said: “Can you help our colleagues in the Met find this man? “Police in Redbridge are renewing appeals for help from the public to trace a wanted man. “Balasankar Narayanan absconded from a care facility in Ilford on Thursday 7 October. “The 35-year-old has links across London, notably Newham, Greenford, Hammersmith, Highgate and Ilford, as well as the West Midlands. He has also been found in Grays and Manchester. For the latest crime news in your area enter your postcode below “He is described as an Asian male, 5ft9ins and of medium build. “Members of the public are advised not to approach him, but instead to call police on 999 immediately. Chief Inspector John Fish said “We have made extensive enquiries to locate this man and those enquiries are ongoing. Your free Hull Courts newsletter We report from Hull's courts every week. So for the latest headlines and stories from Hull Crown and Magistrates Courts, subscribe to our free newsletter, sent out twice a week. It's free

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