Carshalton manslaughter convict Kieran Thomas wanted by police after going on the run
A convict who was jailed for his part in a bungled drugs robbery that led to the death of man is on the run from police.
He was released on licence in May but has now wanted by police after failing to comply with the conditions of his release.
Anyone with information as to his whereabouts is being urged to contact police.
Drug user Thomas, now 33, planned to rob Mr Foster with Johnny Claydon in order to settle a cocaine debt in 2008.
The plot to steal a package of cannabis worth £4,000 from Mr Foster went awry and Claydon killed Mr Foster with a single stab wound from a knife Thomas had been seen brandishing earlier.
Kieran Thomas also goes by the name Michael Bradish
Thomas, who was already serving a four month suspended sentence at the time of the robbery and confessed to snorting three ounces of cocaine in the week prior to it, was jailed for 10 years for manslaughter and Battersea man Claydon was jailed for 10 years for murder.
If you see Thomas, who also goes by the name Michael Bradish, police say you should call 999. If you have any other information you can call police on 101 or the charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
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