Sat. Apr 20th, 2024
alert-–-balding-fugitive,-29,-responds-to-police-appeal-after-cops-said-wanted-man-had-receding-hairlineAlert – Balding fugitive, 29, responds to police appeal after cops said wanted man had receding hairline

A balding fugitive has responded to a police appeal to locate a man with receding hair by telling the cops there is ‘no need to mention the hairline’.

Daniel Kellaway cheekily revealed in a Facebook reply to a Good Friday post from Avon and Somerset Police that he was ‘heading Turkey to get it sorted then we will catch up’.

The force was hoping to speak to the 29-year-old about ‘several ongoing investigations, including those relating to driving offences, criminal damage and threatening behaviour’.

They describe the bandit as ‘white, about 5ft 9ins, of average build, with brown eyes, receding brown hair, and facial hair’ and share that he has links to Hentsbridge, Glastonbury, Milborne Port, Templecombe, Wincanton and North Dorset.

But it seems the fugitive has eluded police after claiming he has headed off to the Middle Eastern country for a potential hair transplant.

Kellaway continued to taunt the force the next day by asking officers to update his age following his birthday, The Sun reports.

Daniel Kellaway (pictured), a balding fugitive, has responded to a police appeal to locate a man with receding hair by telling the cops there is 'no need to mention the hairline'

Daniel Kellaway (pictured), a balding fugitive, has responded to a police appeal to locate a man with receding hair by telling the cops there is ‘no need to mention the hairline’ 

Kellaway cheekily revealed in a Facebook reply to a Good Friday post from Avon and Somerset Police that he was 'heading Turkey to get it sorted then we will catch up'

Kellaway cheekily revealed in a Facebook reply to a Good Friday post from Avon and Somerset Police that he was ‘heading Turkey to get it sorted then we will catch up’ 

He replied to one fan, who had praised the jibe in a reply to his comment, saying: ‘Gotta have a laugh ain’t we mate.’

The bandit’s antics had Facebook users in hysterics with one woman replying: ‘I shouldn’t laugh at this, but I am!!’

Another said: ‘I have not laughed this much in ages!!!’

Retired detective Mick ­Neville said: ‘I have no doubt police will be combing the area looking for him. 

‘But Kellaway won’t be laughing for long over this brush with the law — the net will be drawing in.’