Police in the UK have named a man with a "slight Irish accent" as a suspect in the investigation into the abduction and rape of two women.
The Metropolitan Police force has warned the public that 34-year-old Joseph McCann is considered "extremely dangerous".
According to investigators, two women were randomly abducted from streets in east and north London last Thursday before being attacked.
The women were driven to Watford where they managed to escape.
The two women are said to have been left traumatised, and are receiving support from specialist officers.
Joseph McCann is described as being 5'10", with blue eyes, a bald head or shaved blond hair with a light-coloured short beard.
He also has a distinctive tattoo of the name ‘bobbie’ on his stomach.
Police have warned that he could make efforts to disguise his appearance.
He's also known to use false names.
He has links to Watford in Hertfordshire, Aylesbury in Buckinghamshire and Ipswich in Suffolk.
Detective Chief Inspector Katherine Goodwin, from the Met Police's Homicide and Major Crime Command, said: "We would ask anyone with any information about McCann's whereabouts to contact us immediately – McCann is considered extremely dangerous and a risk to the public and we ask people not to approach him, but instead call 999.
"My team continues to work around the clock and we are making progress in furthering the investigation."
Police also say that a 33-year-old man arrested on Sunday on suspicion of conspiracy to rape has been released under investigation.