Police hunt prison runaway, 23, who fled mental health unit after being transferred from Wormwood

Police hunt prison runaway 23 who fled mental health unit


Police hunt prison runaway, 23, who fled mental health unit after being transferred from Wormwood Scrubs

  • Manray Woolfall, 23, fled Wormwood Scrubs while being transferred to hospital
  • Woofall has been at large for four days after last beign spotted in west London
  • The public are advised not to approach Woolfall but to instead call police on 999 










Met Police officers are on the hunt for an escaped prisoner at large since Friday after fleeing Wormwood Scrubs.

Manray Woolfall, 23, absconded from prison while being transferred to a west London mental health facility.

He was due to go to a central London hospital after a suspected medical episode.

Officers are working to trace Manray Woolfall, 23, who has been missing since 19 November having absconded when he was taken out of prison

Officers are working to trace Manray Woolfall, 23, who has been missing since 19 November having absconded when he was taken out of prison

But Woolfall ran away at around from 12:35am and was last seen at Chancellors Wharf in west London heading 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.

Woolfall had been a prisoner at Wormwood Scrubs prior to his escape

Woolfall had been a prisoner at Wormwood Scrubs prior to his escape

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 Manray should not be approached by members of the public; who should instead call 999, with reference 6026926/21.



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