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An alleged burglar with a ‘mum’ tattoo on his left arm is wanted after failing to appear before an Oxford judge.
Peter Clark, 52, was due before the crown court to answer 14 allegations of burglary.
Thames Valley Police said Clark, formerly of Millstreet Flats, Falkirk, Scotland, failed to appear at the St Aldates courthouse.
He was described as white, 6ft tall, slim, short/shaved receding fair hair, blue eyes and talks with a Scottish accent.
On his left arm he has tattoos of a heart and ‘Mum and Dad’, an arrow, a Union Jack and ‘Scotland the brave’, and ‘Ulster’.
On his right arm he has tattoos of the words ‘Mum’, ‘In loving memory of Paul’ with a flower, ‘Rangers’ and a picture of a Swallow.
Chris Leech of Abingdon police station said: “We are appealing for the public’s help in tracing Peter.
“If any members of the public know where he is or if they see him, please do not approach him but contact Thames Valley Police on 999 quoting reference 43190143509.
“If you do not wish to speak to the police but have information you can contact the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.”
Police said Clark was known to Oxfordshire and Berkshire, London, Kent and Scotland. He often uses trains to travel around, the force said.
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Maggie Lewis (Neighbourhood Watch Network, Multi Scheme Administrator, Thames Valley, Oxford LPA)
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