Somehow, someway, New Hampshire police have managed to lose track of this guy, Eric Judkins, AKA as one of the world’s most recognizable human beings.
A manhunt has been launched in New Hampshire after the violent inmate failed to return to his halfway house in Manchester, New Hampshire.
Judkins, a 46-year-old convict with a lengthy history of violence, simply walked out of the Hampshire House on the night of Monday, August 28. The New Hampshire Joint Fugitive Task Force has warned the public that Judkins is dangerous and should not be approached, just in case the face and head tattoos didn’t already give that away.
Judkins didn’t return to the Hampshire House Half-Way House in Manchester, where he was serving a 27-month sentence for assaulting a fellow inmate.
Authorities said Judkins was serving part of a 27-month sentence for a violent assault on a fellow inmate while in federal prison for a 1999 bank robbery in the Granite State.
Judkins is white, 5 feet 10 inches tall, weighs 160 pounds with brown eyes and a shaved head. He has tattoos covering his face, head, neck, chest, arms and hands.
Judkins is known to have contacts in Manchester and Nashua, but his current whereabouts are not known. Authorities said anyone who knowingly helps Judkins during his escape could face criminal charges.
Judkins was serving a 210-month sentence for a 1999 New Hampshire bank robbery.
Authorities are asking anyone with information to contact Deputy U.S. Marshal Brandon Wilson at 603-225-1632.