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New appeal by Leicestershire Police.
Police are hopeful that a photo they've just got hold of, could prove vital in tracking down a man who's been on the run for more than twelve years.
Back in 2000, Kamiljit Singh didn't turn up at court after being accused of five indecent assaults in the Beaumont Leys area of Leicester.
PC Aran Gibbs is urging people to look at the picture of Singh:
"Singh, like all other people who are charged for an offence, should appear in court and complete the justice process.
Since Singh's disappearance we have carried out extensive enquiries to locate him.
We have carried out work to identify addresses and people we believe to be linked to him, we have worked with partner agencies such as the Department for Working Pensions and carried out credit checks, but none of the enquiries so far have been successful in finding him.
We will continue to do all we can to find Singh, but if you can help us please don't hesitate to get in touch.
Just because the offences happened 12 years ago, it doesn't mean that he shouldn't face justice.
The image we have of Singh is now 12-years-old so he may look slightly different, however, it is likely that his face shape and features will remain the same.
If you know Singh, have seen him before or know where he lives then please call police on 101. It isn't too late to help us locate Singh so please pick up the phone and give us a call, or if you wish to remain anonymous, you can call Crimestoppers.