A man on the run from a prison in Lincolnshire has been spotted on CCTV in Nottingham.
47-year-old Ivan Leach, who is also known as Lee Cyrus, went missing from North Sea Camp open prison in Boston on 9 October. Police forces from across England and Scotland have been looking for him.
Posters have been put up on buses, in shops, community centres, hospitals and in bus and train stations.
The latest pictures show Leach at a Barclay's Bank cash machine in Nottingham city centre on Saturday October 20. Police have received more than 100 possible sightings.
The CCTV appears to show Leach has grown a beard and a moustache and people should be aware that he may change his appearance to evade capture. In the footage he is wearing a dark three-quarter length jacket, dark trousers and dark shoes.
He is known to have been in the city on a number of occasions since he absconded, but he could be anywhere in the country. Enquiries are also ongoing in Nottinghamshire, Lincolnshire and Tayside.
Officers have warned Leach should not, under any circumstances, be approached as he poses a significant risk.
Leach is described as white; around five feet 11 inches tall, of stocky build with cropped hair and hazel eyes. His has a distinctive scar on his top lip under his nose and two distinctive tattoos, one with the name ‘Annette’ on the bicep of his left arm and a figure of a barbarian woman on the back of his right shoulder blade.
Anyone with any information in England is asked to contact the police.