Warwickshire Police have made another appeal to find a convicted murderer who is wanted on recall to prison, after breaching his licence conditions.
David James Mills, aged 52, was convicted of murder in 1979. After serving several years in prison, he was released on licence to be supervised for life.
Mills was released to an address in Nuneaton, but breached his bail conditions on Monday August 3 after failing to return to that address. He was subsequently recalled to prison but has not been seen since.
He was born in Leamington and also has links to Birmingham. He is currently thought to be in Coventry.
Anyone who sees him is urged not to approach him but to contact police on 101. Alternatively contact crimestoppers anonymously by calling 0800 555 111.