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A "DANGEROUS" and potentially armed fugitive is being hunted by police after allegedly kidnapping and stabbing a woman.
Cops have warned people not to approach 41-year-old Lee Martin – who is thought to be in the West Midlands area.
Police are frantically searching for Martin – described as a "violent individual" – after he allegedly abducted and knifed a woman in Solihull on September 5.
An appeal from West Midlands police says: "If you have any information on Lee Martin's whereabouts, please get in touch.
"@CrimestoppersUK are offering a reward for key information that leads to his arrest.
"We believe Lee Martin to be dangerous and possibly armed, do not approach him."
The woman – who is known to Martin – managed to safely escape and her injuries were minor.
Martin made off in a car when police attempted to arrest him the following day.
Mick Duthie, Director of Operations at Crimestoppers, said: “Lee Martin is a dangerous man who needs to be taken off the streets to protect the public. This is why our charity is supporting the police by offering a reward and appealing for anonymous information.
“If you know where Lee Martin is, I urge you not to approach him but to speak to us completely anonymously by calling our UK Contact Centre which is open 24/7 on freephone number 0800 555 111 or you can use our simple and secure anonymous online form.
“We know it can be difficult to talk about crime or those involved in illegal activity, especially if they are close to home, which is why our charity is here to help. We give people an option of remaining totally anonymous. If you know of Lee Martin’s location, please tell us – nobody will know you contacted us, and you may be eligible for a reward.”
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