Salford sex suspect flees strict bail terms
A suspected Jewish sex offender from Salford is being tracked by police.
Salford-based Todros Grynhaus, 48, had pleaded not guilty to seven counts of sexual or indecent assault against children in December and was expected to be tried at Manchester Crown Court later this year.
But police said it appeared that Mr Grynhaus had abandoned his designated address in Higher Broughton last week, breaking strict bail terms which included surrendering his passport and a ban on foreign travel.
Greater Manchester Police have appealed for information from the public and confirmed on Tuesday that its officers were “making inquiries both in the UK and abroad” to close in on the fugitive.