Police investigating sighting of escaped prisoner in Wandsworth

By Heather Nicholls

8th Sep 2023 | Local News

Daniel Khalife escaped from Wandsworth prison. (Photo Credit: Met Police).
Daniel Khalife escaped from Wandsworth prison. (Photo Credit: Met Police).

A sighting of escaped terror suspect Daniel Khalife on Wednesday morning is being investigated by the Metropolitan Police.

A man fitting Khalife's description was reportedly seen by a member of the public walking away from a BidFood van near the south entrance to the Wandsworth Roundabout, at the top of Trinity Road, shortly after his escape from Wandsworth Prison.

The man was then seen walking towards Wandsworth town centre.

The van in Wandsworth. (Photo Credit: Met Police).

Last night, police searched Richmond Park and they are continuing to focus their search in London.

The Met is offering a reward of £20,000 for information that directly leads to the arrest Khalife.

To report a live sighting of Khalife, or information which is urgent call 999.

Alternatively, anyone with information that might assist the ongoing enquiry can call police on 101.

The Met Police have also opened their UK Image Appeal website which allows people to submit any relevant imagery and video directly to the investigation team.

This could be CCTV, doorbell footage, mobile phone footage, or dash-cam footage.

     

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