Police warn ‘do NOT approach’ wanted man, 32, after woman in her 40s found dead inside home… – The Sun

POLICE have warned people to "not approach" a wanted man after a woman in her 40s was found dead inside a home.
Cops have released a picture of 32-year-old Alexander Carr in connection with the woman's death in Sunderland.
Officials said they have identified Carr, who has links to Newcastle city centre, Jesmond and Sunderland as a key person in the case.
The 40-year-old's death is being treated as suspicious.
Crimestoppers has now put Carr on its most wanted list and is offering £10,000 in return for information leading to his arrest.
Cops said he remains on the run this afternoon.
Northumbria Police said they were called to a home on Brady Street at about 12.30 pm on Saturday where they found the woman's body.
Cops and Crimestoppers are appealing for the public's help to locate Carr.
“It is crucial that Alexander Carr is located as soon as possible as he is a key person that police need to speak to in connection with this murder,” said Fleur Brown, regional manager at Crimestoppers North East.
“This is why our charity is offering a reward and appealing for anonymous information. If you know where Alexander Carr is, or where he may be staying, I urge you not to approach him but to speak to us.”
Northumbria Police believe Carr is aware he is wanted and is actively avoiding arrest. He is known to have links to Newcastle city centre, Jesmond and Sunderland.
The force has carried out a number of extensive searches at his associated properties, and is urging anyone who knows where he is to get in contact.
"We are determined to locate and apprehend him as soon as possible and continue to ask for the public's support with this,” superintendent Lyn Peart, of Northumbria Police, said last night.
"If you recognise him, or think you know where he may be, please let us know immediately. Members of the public are asked not to approach Carr. Instead, alert police if you have seen him."
If you have seen Carr, or know any information of his whereabouts, please contact Northumbria Police immediately by calling 999 quoting crime number 143632K/22.
Alternatively, you can contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.
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