A man convicted of murder who went missing from a Worcestershire prison has been found in Cornwall, police say.
David Gilbert, who was from Penzance, was jailed for life for the murder of his partner in 1997.
Police are trying to trace David Gilbert from Penzance who went missing from Hewell Prison in Worcestershire on Saturday.
They say they are working with Devon and Cornwall Police. Gilbert has relatives and friends across Devon and Cornwall but has had little contact with them in recent years.
West Mercia Police say they are assessing how much of a risk Mr Gilbert poses. They have issued the following statement.
Police are looking for a prisoner who didn't return to HMP Hewell in Worcestershire on Saturday after his day release.
David Gilbert, who's 56 and from Penzance, was jailed for life for the murder of his partner in 1997 but he was nearing the end of his sentence and being considered for parole.