Convicted murderer on the run as police warn people not to approach him

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Terry Game, 50, is wanted after failing to comply with a curfew. (Avon and Somerset Police)
Terry Game, 50, is wanted after failing to comply with a curfew. (Avon and Somerset Police)

A convicted murderer is on the run after failing to meet his prison release conditions, with police warning the public not to approach him.

Terry Game, 50, is wanted after failing to comply with a curfew following his release on temporary licence from Leyhill prison, in south Gloucestershire, police said.

He strangled Lisa Sullivan, daughter of blind pop star Lennie Peters, in 2005 and was convicted of her murder a year later.

Game was handed a life sentence with a minimum term of 15 years.

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Avon and Somerset police have launched an appeal to find Game who was last seen on Thursday.

They said in a statement: “Game was released from HMP Leyhill on a temporary licence which he has failed to meet the conditions of – and is now wanted.”

Game is described as white, with black hair possibly in a ponytail, is of large build, has a beard and lip and nose piercings.

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He was wearing glasses, black Adidas tracksuit bottoms, a black t-shirt and black trainers.

He has links to Hackney in London.

Police added: “If you see him, please don’t approach, call 999 quoting reference 5222186835, or ring 101 with any other information.”

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