A paroled Sydney man convicted of the grisly murder and dismemberment of two lovers is on the loose in Sydney.
Damien Peters, 50, was last seen at the Prince of Wales Hospital in Randwick about 4.15pm yesterday.
Peters managed to elude police after forcibly removing an electronic tracking device, which was later located in Kensington.
Peters is described as being Caucasian, between 175 and 185cm tall, with a muscular build and short brown hair.
Peters has a tattoo of a snake wrapped around a panther on his right upper arm, and tribal-style tattoos on his upper left arm.
Police are warning the public not to approach Peters but to call 000.
The Surry Hills man was jailed in 2002 over the killing of Tereaupii “Andre” Akai, 50, and Bevan James Frost, 57. Both men were dismembered in Peters’ bath.