A rapist on the run from a mental health unit is a risk to women and girls - and has previously threatened his victims with a weapon, admit police.
Malcolm Millman disappeared during a day trip to a Buddhist monastery from Eaglestone’s Chadwick Lodge last Saturday afternoon.
Since his escape, Millman was spotted at Manchester Airport Railway Station on Monday, October 26, at around 12.30pm.
He is not believed to have boarded a plane and he does not have a passport.
However, he has withdrawn a large cash sum from cash points during the weekend and has been using public transport. Police believe he may also be booking into hotels or hostels.
The balding criminal, who was convicted of rape in 1996, has medical conditions including a heart condition and diabetes so he may be seeking medication.
He is also known by the following names: Richard Simon Barber, Michael Geoffrey Newman, and Raymond Pilkington.
Det Supt Chris Ward said: “Thames Valley Police needs the public’s help to find Malcolm Millman.We are also working closely with other police forces and organisations to locate him as soon as possible.
“Millman was convicted of rape in 1996 and we believe he poses a potential risk, specifically to woman and girls.
“I want to urge everybody to remain vigilant. If you see this man, please do not approach him but contact the police immediately.
“If any member of the public sees Millman, do not approach him, but call Thames Valley Police on 101 or 999.
Or if you have any information, no matter how small the detail about Millman’s whereabouts then please call police via 101.”
Millman is white, of large build, bald with thinning brown hair on the sides, and brown eyes.
He was last seen wearing a brown jacket, purple jumper, grey tracksuit bottoms and blue and white trainers. He also uses a walking stick.
He has links to Kent, Warwickshire, London, Cleveland and North Wales.