Police are hunting a man from Worcester who is wanted for recall to prison.
Lewis Watts - who is also known as Lewis Hamilton - has been recalled to prison by the probation service for breaking the terms of his licence after he was released on December 22.
Watts, 20, has served time in prison for a robbery he committed in Worcester in 2012.
"Lewis Watts has a tattoo on the right side of his neck. We are keen to trace him as soon as possible and would ask the public not to approach him if they see him, but to call police.
"Mr Watts has a number of connections to Worcester, Droitwich and Kidderminster.
"If you have any information regarding his whereabouts, we would urge you to contact us."
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Scunthorpe win on penalties. 4000-3999 Congratulations to them as the progress to the 3rd Round.
Worcester City's FA Cup dreams are over after losing to Scunthorpe in a thrilling penalty shoot out in tonight's second round replay.
A total of 37 penalties were taken, finishing 14-13 to Scunthorpe, and it's being credited as the longest penalty shoot-out in FA Cup history.
Worcester City have taken their FA Cup second round replay to extra time against Scunthorpe at Aggborough Stadium in Kidderminster.
Sean Geddes' equaliser rejuvenated the hosts after they went down just before half time.
Sean Geddes has equalised for Worcester City in the FA Cup Second Round replay against Scunthorpe United. There are 61 league places between the two sides. It's now 1-1.
Scunthorpe United scored in the 46th minute at Aggborough to take the lead against Worcester City just before the half time whistle. The winners of the FA Cup second round replay will host either MK Dons or Chesterfield, whose second-round tie has now been ordered to be replayed.
The funeral of former Worcestershire cricketer Phillip Hughes has taken place in Australia.
Ben Cox, Worcestershire's wicket keeper, attended the ceremony. The pair had been close friends.
The Captain of the national side, Michael Clarke, gave an emotional tribute at the service for the 25-year-old batsman who died last Thursday. He was hit on the neck by a cricket ball during a match. His funeral was held in his home town of Macksville.