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The convicted rape criminal is still running a month after being taken out of jail on a day trip

A prisoner who is still on the run for a month after being released from prison.

Police say Sean Phipps disappeared after leaving HMP Rayhill in South Gloucestershire.

He is known to have left prison on Wednesday and used many pseudonyms.

Phipps also uses several different names such as Cawthray, Goldthorpe, and Perry.

LeicestershireLivereports that he disappeared during a day liberation in the Bristol area.

No previous complaints for pursuing the 51-year-old were known, and police confirmed that there were still a large number ofprisoners.

Officers have called for help and urged the public to remain vigilant.

Sean Phipps, 51, was released on the day in Bristol but was unable to return to prison in South Gloucestershire. Also

Earlier, police officers published CCTV footage showing that he was approaching a young woman on the street.

He was imprisoned in 1993 after raping a 20-year-old woman while studying art at De Montfort University in Leicester.

But before that, he was also suspected of another rape related to a 15-year-old girl in Leeds.

Avon Somerset Policestates that it is leading the search and links to both the Lester and Leeds areas.

In the latest update, police believe he may still be in the Bristol area, but he has called on people across the country to stay vigilant.

Police urged anyone who saw Sean Phipps to call 999 and approached people. (



It states as follows. Known for camping out in South Gloucestershire by walking and cycling long distances.

The Phipps are white and are said to be about 6 feet 2 inches tall. Black coat, blue jeans and Timberland shoes on blue when he left HMP Rayhill.

Police officers immediately called 999, keeping him away from anyone who saw him, wearing a black Casio watch, blue glasses, and

Phipps. You will be prompted to cite reference number 5222130002.

Alternatively, you can report sightings onlineonline.

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