Police are looking a needed man who has overtly tattooed his surname on his face after being charged with making threats with an offensive weapon.
Kieran Bond, 19, from Stafford, is needed by British Transport Police (BTP) after failing to look at Cannock Magistrates’ Court docket on Wednesday, October 26.
He has been charged with two threats with an offensive weapon, following an incident on a practice close to Cannock Railway Station on Tuesday twenty ninth March.
Now BTP launched his mugshot in the present day – which reveals the fugitive to have the phrase ‘Bondy’ tattooed in a thick calligraphy font above his proper eye.
BTP are asking for assist to trace him down by releasing his mugshot image – which reveals Bond with the phrase ‘Bondy’ tattooed in a thick calligraphy font above his proper eye
Social media customers have been fast to touch upon the irony of a needed man along with his title tattooed on his face.
One consumer stated: ‘He has his personal title tattooed on his head and the police nonetheless cannot discover him what a legal mastermind’.
One other stated: ‘Bondy shaken not stirred’.
A 3rd posted: ‘Is that so he does not overlook his title’
Sharing his surname with probably the most well-known fictional spy, codenamed 007, customers did not miss the prospect to see the humour on this.
One social media consumer stated: ‘The subsequent 007 thriller appears to be like a bit low funds.’
British Transport Police are interesting for anybody with data to return ahead.
A spokesman stated: ‘He’s needed after failing to look at Cannock Magistrates’ Court docket on Wednesday 26 October after being charged with two threats with an offensive weapon, following an incident on a practice close to Cannock Railway Station on Tuesday 29 March.
‘Officers have made intensive makes an attempt to attempt to find Bond, 19, however have to this point been unable to hint him.
‘His whereabouts is presently unknown, nevertheless he has hyperlinks to West Midlands, Staffordshire, north west England.’
Anybody who is aware of the whereabouts of Bond is requested to contact the BTP by texting 61016 or calling 0800 40 50 40 quoting reference 2200030772 or name Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.