A murder suspect is the target of an intensive police search.
Police issued a warning to the general public not to approach John Bellfield, 28, whom they consider to be “a dangerous guy.”
Thomas Campbell, 38, was killed last month in Tameside, Greater Manchester, and the man is wanted on suspicion of his murder.
As of right now, three persons are facing charges in relation to his passing.
Greater Manchester Police stated in a statement: “Avoid Bellfield and dial 999 if you see him.
“We’re actively looking for him, so if you know where he is, please get in touch with us right now.
“He is from the Openshaw area of the city and is believed to also have links to Lancashire, but could be anywhere in the country.
“Anyone who knows Bellfield, and may be withholding information, is reminded that assisting a suspect can lead to a prison sentence of up to 10 years.
“Our detectives continue to investigate Thomas’ death in Mossley after his body was discovered on the morning of 3 July.
“We’ve charged three people so far and continue to keep Thomas’ family updated while our specialist officers support them.”
Anyone with information should contact officers on 0161 856 6377 or using GMP’s LiveChat facility or alternatively Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.”