Manray Woolfall was being taken to hospital from Wormwood Scrubs
Police are hunting for Manray Woolfall
An appeal is being made by the police for information on the whereabouts of a Wormwood Scrubs prisoner who has absconded.
23-year-old Manray Woolfall had been taken from Wormwood Scrubs to a west London mental health facility, and was then transferred on to a central London hospital after a suspected medical episode on Friday, 19 November.
He ran away at around from 12:33pm and was last seen at Chancellors Wharf W6 going in the direction of Hammersmith Bridge.
He is believed to be wearing a grey t-shirt, green and black wind protector jumper, and grey bottoms rolled up to his knees with black thermal trousers underneath.
He has two tattoos on his left arm and one on his right arm. He is of slim build with brown shoulder length hair and a goatee.
If seen he should not be approached by members of the public; instead call 999, ref 6026926/21.
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November 23, 2021