By James Simons-
West Midland Police hunting the suspected killer of 33 year old June Jones on New Year’s eve have warned the public that anybody sheltering him will be prosecuted, as they urged unemployed Michael Foran to give himself up to police. The net is closing up the dangerous fugitive as Merseyside Police had now joined the manhunt, with Border Force and the Irish police closely monitoring the ports and airports in the UK and Ireland.
The news of her death and the fact Foran is the chief suspect has been so widely publicised now that it is highly improbable that he has not heard about her death by now, and the fact he is the prime suspect. If he were innocent, cops would have heard from him by now. The clock is ticking against him, and it is only a matter of time before he is found. Whoever is shielding him should be having sleepless nights
Detective Inspector Warren Hines, of West Midlands Police, confirmed that unemployed Mr Foran and the victim had had a “difficult” relationship lasting about 10 years. The Eye Of Media.Com can confirm that Foran was known to police before now, and June had been urged on numerous occasions to severe ties with her former partner, but found it difficult to put him in the past. He was a persistent, domineering, and troublesome character. Her eventual fate is not only sad and disturbing, but should sound as a warning to women t heed the signs of danger when it rears its ugly head.
“I would ask anybody who does see him, to contact the local police as a matter of urgency,” he said.
“He is, in my view, an extremely dangerous individual, and I don’t suggest that the public approach him.”
I would just like to say to people, here or in Merseyside, if you are considering putting this guy up, giving him money, topping up his phone, or keeping him out of our way, then we will look to prosecute you,” he added.
“June has lost her life, we suspect at the hands of somebody she should have been able to trust, in her own home – the place where she should have been able to feel safe.
“In my view it doesn’t really get much worse than that.
“My message to Michael Foran is you are only delaying the inevitable by not handing yourself in.
“We will find you. You know you need to do the right thing.”
need anyone who knows where Michael is to get in touch with the police as soon as possible.
“If he sees this appeal, we’d appeal to him directly to do the right thing and go to the nearest police station and hand himself in.”In a statement her family appealed directly to Mr Foran to “do the right thing” and “hand himself in”.
“We’ve been left completely devastated by June’s death,” they said