Police hunt for dangerous serial rapist after ensuring that he could escape… Nothing to worry about. Shhhh, Sleep, shhhh, sleep.

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The Daily Mail are that fucking worried about upsetting TPTB that they are too frightened to report the blatantly obvious.

A SERIAL rapist who was given an INDETERMINATE sentence and who is so DANGEROUS that he should NOT be APPROACHED simply WALKED out of an OPEN PRISON.

Right, what thick cunt needs me to clarify? 

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A serial rapist is being hunted by police after walking out of an open prison.

Sean Cawthray, 41, was jailed indefinitely in 2002 after attempting to kidnap a 14-year-old girl by dragging her away from a bus stop.

He was last seen at Leyhill Open Prison in south Gloucestershire at 5.30pm on Sunday and is believed to have left the unit before 8.30pm.

Warning: Sean Cawthray, 41, walked out an open jail

Police are warning the public not to approach Cawthray and to dial 999 immediately if they see him.

Detective Inspector Dominic Graham of South Gloucestershire CID said: ‘Anyone who believes they have seen Sean Cawthray should not approach him and should contact police on 999.

‘We are committed to locating, returning to custody and charging anyone unlawfully at large.

‘Officers work closely with HMP Leyhill and other police forces to track down absconders promptly and keep any potential risk to the public to a minimum.’

Cawthray was given an indeterminate sentence at Leeds Crown Court in December 2002 for attempted kidnap.

 

He waited until the 14-year-old girl was alone in the bus shelter in Kippax, near Leeds, before he grabbed her by the hair and dragged her into an alleyway.

Missing: Cawthray was last seen at Leyhill Open Prison in south Gloucestershire at 5.30pm on Sunday and is believed to have left the unit before 8.30pmMissing: Cawthray was last seen at Leyhill Open Prison in south Gloucestershire at 5.30pm on Sunday and is believed to have left the unit before 8.30pm

Luckily her stifled screams were heard by seven-year-old Harvey Jordan who was playing in a nearby garden.

The youngster alerted his grandfather Edmund Wheeler who intervened and shouted at the offender, who ran away.

Cawthray, who was living in Leicester at the time, was found following a police search and told officers he did not know what he planned to do with the girl.

Judge James Spencer QC imposed an indeterminate sentence with a minimum recommendation of five years because of the ‘level of risk posed to young women’.

He was told he would not be released until it was satisfied he no longer posed a risk, and would then be on licence for life.

The judge told Cawthray: ‘It’s difficult to think of any more serious offence.

‘Because of the level of risk that remains you have to go to prison for an indeterminate period.

‘If others had not been able to intervene, one wonders what you would have done to that girl.’

Cawthray had previously been jailed for four years in 1990 for rape and attempted rape, and for eight years in 1993, after a further rape conviction.

Leyhill Open Prison is a 508-man Category D prison which holds men re-classified to a lower risk who are often being prepared for release back into society.

It has no perimeter fence and was once dubbed ‘The Savoy of Slammers’ for its cushy regime.

Police Cawthray may have travelled back to Leicestershire and Leeds following his escape.

They describe him as 5ft 10in tall and of medium build, with short brown hair and blue eyes.

He was last seen wearing a pair of silver trainers, cream combat trousers and a light blue top.

It is thought that he may also have worn either a fluorescent jacket, a grey and orange jacket or a black jacket with a blue patch.

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