A Brighton man who was jailed for seven years after being tackled to the ground by a pensioner while trying to rob a post office counter at knifepoint is wanted for recall to prison.
Police in Brighton and Worthing are seeking Luke Michael Kirby, who is wanted after his licence for early release was revoked.
Kirby, 33, who was last known to be living in Marine Parade, Brighton, but who may be in the Adur area, had been serving seven years for robbery.
He was released from Elmley prison, Sheerness, Kent, on 22 May but after breaching the terms of his licence it was revoked on 2 June.
Kirby, who also lived in Highbrook Close, Brighton, was jailed in 2012 for the knifepoint robbery of the Premier shop in Widdicombe Way, Brighton, in December 2011.
His accomplice George Eaton, then 18, also from Brighton, was jailed for six years. During the raid, a cashier was threatened with a knife, but a 75-year-old man tackled him to the ground.
Kirby and Eaton pleaded guilty and also admitted carrying out two street robberies in Brighton on December 29.
Kirby is described as white, 5ft 7in, of stocky build, with light brown hair and hazel eyes.
Anyone seeing him or knowing of his whereabouts is asked to report details here, quoting serial 1767 of 02/06.