Police hunt for wanted man with his own name tattooed on his face
He’d definitely stand out in a police line-up...
Police are hunting for Kieran Bond, a wanted man who has his own name tattooed on his face.
An appeal for information was issued by British Transport Police after Bond failed to appear at Cannock Magistrates Court way back in October.
The 19-year-old was meant to appear in court on Wednesday 26 October, charged with two threats with an offensive weapon after an incident on a train near Cannock Railway Station on Tuesday 29 March.
Bond is believed to have links to the north west as well as the West Midlands and Staffordshire.
Officers have so far not been able to trace him despite ‘extensive attempts’ – though his forehead tattoo should make him quite easy to identify.
His mugshot shows that he has ‘Bondy’ tattooed above his eyebrow in black cursive writing. Subtle.
Of course, social media users have been busy teasing the British Transport Police about their appeal to trace Kieran Bond.
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One person said: “Three months and counting to track down a bloke with his name tattooed on his head. Come off it.”
Another wrote: “Surely they won’t have to look too hard to find him! He has got his name tattooed on his face!”
Anyone who knows the whereabouts of Bond is asked to contact BTP by texting 61016 or calling 0800 40 50 40 quoting reference 2200030772 or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
Featured image: British Transport Police