Fugitive paedophile David Chadwick, 58, has been arrested after handing himself into police.
Chadwick was wanted by Dorset police after breaching his licence conditions. He was released from prison recently after being jailed three years ago for child sex offences.
Detectives said Chadwick had surrendered to Suffolk Police in Lowestoft and will be returned to prison.
Detective Inspector Joe Williams said: "Earlier this evening David Chadwick presented himself to police officers working in Lowestoft, Suffolk. He will be immediately recalled to prison.
"I would like to thank members of the public, as well as the media, for their assistance in this investigation."
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Tributes have been paid to the five-year-old who died in Weymouth.
Flowers and teddies have been left outside of the house of the girl, who has been named locally as Alexys Brown.
A police presence remains outside the house while investigations continue while a steady stream of people have turned up to pay their respects.
The death of a five-year-old girl whose head became trapped in a lift is being investigated by the Health and Safety Executive alongside Dorset Police.
Firefighters freed the child with specialist equipment at the house in Emmadale Close, Weymouth, but she died at the scene.
Dorset County Council has said it didn't install the lift, saying it was there when the family moved in.
The Aster Group housing association released the following statement.
“We’re sorry to learn of a death at one of our properties at Emmadale Close, Westham, yesterday and our thoughts are with the little girl’s family at this difficult time.
“This is now a police matter and we will assist the investigation in any way we can. Due to the ongoing investigation into this incident, it would be inappropriate for us to comment further at this stage.”
Dorset reporter Duncan Sleightholme has sent us the latest update from the scene of the tragic incident.
Dorset County Council have said they didn't install a lift at a property in Weymouth that killed a five-year-old girl.
Police were called to a house in Emmadale Close at midday after the girl got her head stuck in the lift. She died at the scene.
A spokeswoman for the council said the lift "was existing equipment when the family moved in."
Dorset Police say an investigation has been launched after the death of a five-year-old girl whose head was trapped in a lift at a house in Dorset.
Police were called to the address in Emmadale Close, Weymouth, just before midnight. Firefighters freed the child with specialist equipment but she was later pronounced dead at the scene.
The road has been closed while crime investigators examine the scene and emergency services deal with the situation.
The child's family have been informed of her death.
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