Prisoner charged with 13 offences

Ivan Leach Several forces were involved in the search for Ivan Leach

A prisoner who was missing for two months has been charged with 13 offences including indecent exposure and causing grievous bodily harm.

Ivan Leach, 47, from Preston, is also accused of absconding from North Sea Camp open prison in Boston, Lincolnshire, on 9 October.

He was arrested in Camden, north London, in December.

Mr Leach, also known as Lee Cyrus, is due to appear at Westminster Magistrates' Court on Tuesday.

He is charged with seven counts of indecent exposure, alleged to have occurred in Camden and Lincolnshire.

He is also charged with two counts of causing grievous bodily harm and actual bodily harm, two burglaries and a knifepoint robbery.

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