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Public warned not to approach Stoke Newington man wanted by police

PUBLISHED: 09:20 12 February 2018

Mark Wooley is wanted by police. Picture: Met Police

Mark Wooley is wanted by police. Picture: Met Police

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Police in Stoke Newington are hunting a man who is wanted on recall to prison after breaching the conditions of his licence.

Mark Woolley, 52, of Albion Road, was released on licence from Ranby Prison on November 16 last year.

He was last seen on January 31 at a probation meeting in Hackney and breached his conditions on 1 February.

Woolley is described as a white man, 5’4” in height, of slim build with greying hair. He has various tattoos and scars on his forehead, jaw and left ear.

He has links to Camden and Islington.

Anyone who sees Woolley is asked not to approach him but call 999.

Anyone with information on Woolley’s whereabouts should call police on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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