A universal chase is in progress to discover a man who executed his date in a speedboat crash on the River Thames.

Jack Shepherd was imprisoned for a long time for the murder of 24-year-old Charlotte Brown. The match were tossed over the edge in London in December 2015.

Police said the 30-year-old, who was missing all through the preliminary, had voyage abroad in the previous year “so we need to take after that lead”.

Ms Brown’s family said it was “not reasonable” Shepherd had not confronted equity.

Det Sgt Christopher Davies disclosed to BBC Breakfast that officers were following up “knowledge and prompts addresses and where he’s last been seen and where he’s known”.

“We work with various offices, including the National Crime Agency, and we’re available to overall request,” he said.

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Charlotte Brown and Shepherd shared two containers of wine at supper before the speedboat crash

The Met Police discovered that Shepherd, of Paddington, would not show up at his preliminary three days before it was because of start, in spite of the fact that he had showed up at past hearings.

Shepherd’s preliminary heard he had engaged up to 10 ladies on the vessel and had beforehand been cautioned by police about speeding on the stream.

A capture warrant has been issued for Shepherd, who was discovered liable at the Old Bailey on Thursday of homicide by net carelessness.

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In court, the website specialist’s attorney Stephen Vullo QC said Shepherd was not endeavoring to stay away from equity but rather “couldn’t have confronted the Brown family”.

“It’s weakness,” he said.

Mr Vullo likewise uncovered his customer wedded a beloved companion not long after the crash, and has a two-year-old kid, however the relationship has since separated.

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Roz Wickens, envisioned here with her little girl Charlotte, said Shepherd had sent them no messages of sympathy

Ms Brown’s family have offered for Shepherd to hand himself in.

The 24-year-old’s mom Roz Wickens disclosed to BBC Breakfast that her family thought that it was “entirely decimating” he had skipped safeguard “in light of the fact that… he’s conveyed demolition to us”.

“He’s possessed the capacity to pick not to turn up and it simply didn’t appear to be reasonable. We needed him to confront the preliminary,” Ms Brown’s twin sister Katie said.

The family said they saw Shepherd at three past court hearings, however had not gotten a message of sympathy from him.

Ms Wickens said they were told “he had composed it and sent it to his specialist” yet the family had not heard anything.

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