A suspect in a brutal murder in Telford could be on the run in Scotland as police have launched a manhunt to trace him.
Robert Wieczorkowski, 31, is wanted in connection with the murder of Dawid Kurdziel in Ketley, Telford on Saturday July 3.
The 23-year-old was stabbed to death, with seven people being arrested in connection with the crime so far.
West Mercia detectives believe Wieczorkowsk has fled Shropshire and he is thought to have links to Aberdeen.
Officers have launched a manhunt to trace Wieczorkowski.
Senior Investigating Officer Detective Inspector Lee Holehouse, of West Mercia Police Major Investigations Unit, revealed that they believe the 31-year-old has links to Aberdeen.
He said: “We are continuing to investigate the sad death of Dawid and would still like to speak to Robert Wieczorkowski who we believed left Telford following the murder of Dawid.
"I appeal to those in our local communities who know where he is or may have information to help us find him to come forward.
"We also believe he has links to the Aberdeen area of Scotland and if anybody has information as to his whereabouts then please ring 999 or contact Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 quoting incident number 0044_I_ 03072021.”
Crimestoppers is an independent charity and can be contacted anonymously.
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