Police dogs are being used in the hunt for escaped killer Alan Giles after a number of "possible sightings" reported across South Warwickshire.
Detectives investigating the convicted murderer's disappearance from prison say they are searching caravan sites in the area and carrying out house-to-house inquiries in the search.
Officers have confirmed one of the positive sightings was in Inkberrow, and searches are continuing there today.
Det Ch Insp Paul Judge thanked the public for their help and urged people to keep ringing in with any possible sightings.
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