West Yorkshire Police have issued a public appeal for information leading to the whereabouts of Daniel Beadsworth, a 42-year-old individual who has failed to appear in court. Beadsworth was scheduled to face trial this week at Bradford Crown Court for an alleged wounding offence.

Despite efforts by law enforcement, Beadsworth, whose abode is uncertain, is yet to be located. However, investigators have identified his potential connections to Bradford, Halifax, and Cleckheaton areas.

Standing at approximately 5 feet 7 inches tall, Beadsworth is described as having a slender build adorned with several tattoos on his neck and arms.

Police authorities have intensified their search and are now seeking assistance from the public. Those with any information regarding Beadsworth’s whereabouts are urged to reach out to the Bradford Police by dialling 101. Alternatively, individuals can utilize the live chat feature on the West Yorkshire Police website, quoting reference number 13240136359.

Moreover, information can be relayed anonymously to the independent charity Crimestoppers by calling 0800 555111 or submitting online reports. The cooperation of the community is crucial in aiding law enforcement’s efforts to locate Beadsworth and ensure his appearance before the court.