Murderer On The Run After Removing Anklet Tag
Convicted killer Damien Anthony Peters, who spent 13 years behind bars for murdering two of his lovers, has jumped his parole in inner Sydney.
A convicted killer is on the run after removing his electronic monitoring anklet while on parole in Sydney.
Damien Anthony Peters, 50, was last seen at Randwick's Prince of Wales Hospital about 4.15pm on Sunday and police found his monitoring device just over four hours later in nearby Kensington.
Peters pleaded guilty to murdering and dismembering two of his male lovers in his Surry Hills flat in 2001 and was jailed for 21 years, with a non-parole period of 13 years, in 2002.
The court heard Peters, then 32, had stabbed Tereaupii Akai, 50, twice in the neck before cutting up his body and throwing it in a council bin.
About eight months later Peters stabbed 57-year-old Bevan James Frost to death while giving him a massage in bed before cutting up his body.
Detectives investigating Mr Akai's disappearance found Mr Frost's remains in the bath when they went to Peters' flat.
Peters is described as Caucasian and 175 to 185cm tall, with a muscular build and short brown hair. He has a tattoo of a snake wrapped around a panther on his upper right arm and tribal style tattoos on his upper left arm.