August 2019

Convicted pervert Murad Khandokar wanted by gardai over two suspected sex attacks pictured as gardai issue nationwide alert

THIS is the convicted pervert who is wanted by gardai over two suspected sex attacks.

Murad Khandokar, 45, who is originally from the UK, is the chief suspect for a sexual assault on a young woman on the Luas in Dublin on May 25

And he’s also wanted by officers in Ashbourne, Co Meath, after he emerged as a suspect for an attack on another woman earlier this year.

Gardai have now issued a nationwide alert as part of their efforts to track him down.

There are fears he may have returned to the UK.

A source said: “Khandokar is the chief suspect and gardai are anxious to track him down. He has a previous conviction for sexual assault but has yet to be interviewed in relation to the other attacks this year.

“If he is located in Ireland then he will be immediately arrested and questions on the attack put to him.”

Following the incident involving the young woman on the Luas line, we can also reveal Khandokar fled his home in the capital.

But investigators believe he broke into his old home on June 21 in an attempt to recover his passport.

The sicko, who was jailed in 2018 for a separate sexual assault, is required to notify gardai until 2023 of his whereabouts under the Sex Offenders Act.

The source added: “He knows he is wanted and is regarded by gardai as a serious flight risk.

“There is a suspicion that he broke into his former home in June to recover a passport but there have been no sightings from him and he could be anywhere.

“If anyone was to come across him they should immediately contact the gardai.”

Meanwhile, gardai are also hunting another sex offender from the UK after he failed to notify authorities of his current address.

Cops in the UK contacted gardai after establishing that Mohamoud Abdi Al-Amudi’s phone was roaming in Ireland earlier this year.

Al-Amudi was released from prison in the UK last year after he served eight years for the attempted rape of a woman in 2006.

A source added: “Police in the UK are anxious to track this man and have asked the gardai for their help in trying to find him.”