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Police make appeal in search for this wanted man.

POLICE are appealing to trace a man who may be in Middlesbrough after breaching his prison release licence.

Officers say Ian Marjoram, 46, from York, needs to be arrested and returned to prison as soon as possible.

Members of the public are asked not to approach him, but instead call police immediately on 999.

While it is believed he is or has been in Harrogate, there is a possibility that he may have headed to the Middlesbrough area where he has family connections.

Marjoram was released early on licence on April 19, 2013.

He had served part of a four years and three months sentence for arson to recklessly endanger lives, which occurred at a flat on East Parade, Harrogate, between January 13 and 17 2011.

The sentence also included a burglary at commercial premises and failure to surrender to police bail.

Marjoram failed to return to his address in York on Monday, September 30.

It is believed he travelled to Harrogate and has been staying there.

This, together with failing to reside at his address in York, breached his prison release licence.

Marjoram is described as white, 5ft 10in tall, dark brown hair, medium build and he has blue eyes.

Chief Inspector Ian Thompson said: "While we do not believe he poses a specific danger to the general public, we ask that you do not approach him."


Ian Marjoram, who is wanted by police
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Publication:Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England)
Geographic Code:4EUUK
Date:Oct 4, 2013
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