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Police appeal as man convicted for sexual assault absconds from Central Middlesex Hospital

PUBLISHED: 13:27 06 August 2018 | UPDATED: 13:28 06 August 2018

Oussoumane Diarra has absconded from Central Middlesex Hospital (Picture: Met Police)

Oussoumane Diarra has absconded from Central Middlesex Hospital (Picture: Met Police)

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A man with a conviction for sexual assault has absconded from a mental health facility in Park Royal.

Oussoumane Diarra, 33, left the Central Middlesex Hospital, in Acton Lane at around 9pm on Friday (August 2).

Police are urging anyone who sees Diarra or who has information as to his whereabouts to get in touch.

He is currently detained at the hospital under the mental health act following a conviction for sexual assault, police said.

Diarra requires regular medication which he is not thought to have in his possession.

A spokesperson said: “Anyone who sees Oussoumane Diarra is advised not to approach him but to call 999.”

Anyone with information as to his whereabouts are asked to call Brent Police on 101.

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