Police hunt for dangerous fugitive devil worshiper who escaped from a secure hospital for the second time after being imprisoned for the murder of his cousin
The Metropolitan Police have intensified their hunt for a dangerous devil worshiper who escaped from a secure hospital for the second time after killing his cousin.
Mosa Jamil Abid, 26, took a break from it while on supervised leave at a newsagent in Uxbridge Road at around 3pm on Monday, April 10.
Police believe he ran east on Uxbridge Road before possibly entering Brent Lodge Park.
Abid was sentenced to indefinite detention in June 2017 after pleading guilty to the murder of his “only friend” Moamen Settar after vowing to do so in an incoherent letter to Satan.
He is dressed in a navy hooded jacket, black pants and blue sneakers.
Mosa Abid, 26, was sentenced to indefinite detention in June 2017 for killing his ‘only friend’, Moamen Settar
He paused for it while on supervised leave at a Uxbridge Road newsagent on Monday 10 April at around 3pm
The public is advised not to approach Abid as he can be violent. He needs medication for an ongoing health condition.
Police explained that during the Iftar period, he can go to a hospital to seek help or to a local mosque for food and drink.
Extensive CCTV investigations are underway and the area is being searched.
His family said: ‘Mosa – if you’re reading this, do the right thing and go back to the hospital so you can get the care and support you need.
“Every day that goes by and we don’t know you’re safe and well is heartbreaking for us.”
Abid went to Mr Settar’s home in Wembley, north London, on October 15, 2017, and took a large knife from the kitchen before stabbing him repeatedly.
The victim’s younger sisters heard screams from their brother’s bedroom before Abid laughed and left the house with the knife hidden behind his back.
Abid then went to his father’s flat to change into a new shirt, before being found on a sofa by police the next morning.
Police believe he ran east on Uxbridge Road before possibly entering Brent Lodge Park
When the police raided his home, they found documents and devil worship and the Illuminati, including the letter to Satan.
It is not the first time he has escaped from the hospital. On October 10, 2019, he left Homerton Hospital at 11:40 am.
Inspector Alistair Stillgoe said: ‘I understand that the longer Mosa remains missing, the greater the public’s concern.
“I want to reassure people that we are using all our resources at our disposal, including deploying specialist agents, to help locate him.
“We’ve had calls from members of the public and they’ve been following up; some of these sightings were concentrated in the Hanwell area. Mosa may be sleeping nearby, so I would ask people to keep an eye out and if they see someone matching Mosa’s description, not to approach them, but to call us immediately.’
Anyone with information that could help the investigation is asked to call 999 quoting CAD 3873/10Apr.