Police launch hunt for wanted man who poses risk to young children and lurks on buses after he breaks bail conditions01/14/2022
POLICE have launched a manhunt to track down a criminal after he failed to comply with his release conditions.
Mohammed Shahid Ali, 38, is considered a risk to the public and young children – with officers warning people not to approach him.
Ali was released from prison but is now wanted on recall after failing to adhere to the conditions of his release.
His last known address to police is Newham, East London, but it is thought that his last confirmed location was in Tilbury Town, Kent.
Ali reportedly has links to Kent, Essex, Norfolk and Sussex, with cops warning that he also travels into London and Victoria Park in Tower Hamlets.
Officers have described Ali as having receding grey and curly hair which is messy on the sides, as well as sporting a beard.
He is known to commit offences on the rail and tube networks, and typically wears a woolly hat and navy jogging bottoms.
A Metropolitan Police spokesman said: “Ali should not be approached and may pose a risk to the public and young children.
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“Ali had been living in the Newham area, but his last confirmed location was Tilbury Town.
“He has links to Kent, Essex, Norfolk and Suffolk. He also frequents the City of London and Victoria Park, Tower Hamlets.
“He is known to commit offences on the railway/tube network. Ali has receding hair which is grey/curly and messy on the sides and he has a thick beard.
“He typically wears a woolly hat navy blue jogging bottoms, black jacket and red/white trainers.
“Anyone who knows the whereabouts of Ali should call police on 999 immediately.”
Anyone with any information is asked to call police on 101 or contact via Twitter @MetCC. Please quote CAD 3579/13JAN
To give information anonymously contact Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 or online at crimestoppers-uk.org.
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