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Police searching for missing prisoner Peter Gilheney, of Romford

14:32 31 January 2013

Peter Gilheney is wanted by police. Call 999 if you see him

Peter Gilheney is wanted by police. Call 999 if you see him

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Police are hunting a 29-year-old man who failed to return to prison after he was temporarily released.

Romford man Peter Gilheney is a prisoner at HMP Standford Hill in Sheppey, Kent. The prison is a category D open prison and handles people nearing the end of their sentences.

Gilheney failed to return to Standford Hill on January 28 after being released on a temporary license.

He is 5ft 2in and stockily built.

If you see him or have any information about his whereabouts, call Kent Police on 999 or contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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