West Midlands Police (WMP) have launched a manhunt to find a male after another male died in the street following a machete attack in Wolverhampton.
Sean Bulle, aged 20, is being sought over the killing of a man, thought to be in his 20s, just before 5:20 pm yesterday (13th July).
WMP launched the murder enquiry after receiving a 999 call reporting that a male had been attacked with a machete in Chervil Rise.
Despite the best effort of the emergency services to save the males life, the victim was pronounced dead at the scene.
A spokesperson for WMP said that a post mortem is due to be carried out tomorrow.
Detective Inspector Jim Mahon, leading the investigation, said:
“We’ve been working hard to establish what happened yesterday afternoon and are following up a number of lines of enquiry.
“We believe Bulle may have been involved and I’m asking for your help in tracing him.
“If anyone knows where he is or thinks they may have seen him, I’d urge them to our incident room on 101, extension 861 3026 immediately.
“Anyone who may be shielding him through a sense of misguided loyalty, should be aware that they are committing an offence and could be prosecuted.
“It’s vitally important that we speak to Bulle. My message to him, is to do the right thing and let us know where you are.”
Anyone who sees Bulle is asked not to approach him but contact the police immediately.
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