UK News Convicted killer who went on the run arrested in north London

20:26  12 february  2018
20:26  12 february  2018 Source:   pressassociation.com

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A convicted killer who ran a woman over after she tried to stop him stealing her handbag has gone on the run after being released from prison on licence. Woolley, pictured after his 2001 arrest , was released The couple, from north London , had both denied murder. Woolley’s then girlfriend, Jackie

Of the 821 criminals known to be on the run in the UK, 13 are convicted killers . He escaped from Sudbury open prison in 1983 and went on the run for 17 years, before he was arrested again in the south of France. This article was first published on September 1, 2013. Related topics : London .

Mark Woolley ran a woman over after she tried to stop him stealing her handbag (Metropolitan Police/PA) © Provided by The Press Association Mark Woolley ran a woman over after she tried to stop him stealing her handbag (Metropolitan Police/PA) A convicted killer who went on the run after being released from prison on licence for the murder of a costume designer has been arrested at an address in north London.

Mark Woolley was jailed for life in 2001 for mowing down Elizabeth Sherlock when she tried to stop him snatching her handbag.

The 52-year-old had not been seen since a probation meeting on January 31, Scotland Yard said, and the public were warned not to approach him if seen.

The Metropolitan Police said the former heroin addict is now in custody after being arrested on Monday afternoon.

Woolley was convicted at the Old Bailey of killing Mrs Sherlock after she chased his then-girlfriend Jackie Moorehouse, who had pinched her bag.

He was released on licence from HMP Ranby in Nottinghamshire in November.

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