Mother, 38, who planned to kill her ex-partner and threatened to ‘hunt’ his new lover ‘like the dog she is and kill her slowly’ goes on the run from police after being released from prison
- Rachel Beeton, 38, from Louth, is on the run after violating her license terms
- Lincolnshire Police have asked the public for help tracking down her
- Police said the mother is believed to be in the Lincolnshire or West Midlands area
Rachel Beeton (pictured), 38, is believed to be in the Lincolnshire or West Midlands area after violating her license terms
A manhunt is underway for a wanted mother who has gone on the run after vowing to kill her ex-partner and his girlfriend.
Rachel Beeton, 38, is said to be in the Lincolnshire or West Midlands area after violating her license terms.
Lincolnshire Police said she was jailed for assault and are now urging the public to help track her down.
It comes after she was jailed in 2018 for vandalizing her ex-partner’s car and the apartment of his new lover.
While in custody, and despite being placed under a restraining order, Beeton continued to write to her former partner — before telling a friend in a letter how she planned to kill both him and his new lover.
During a trial, prosecutor Lucky Thandi told Lincoln Crown Court that the letter had been intercepted by prison staff.
She said: ‘In the letter, she said she would stab a knife through her ex-partner and his new partner.
“She told me how she spent her nights planning to kill her.”
She went on to say that she intended to kill her ex’s new partner upon her release from prison, the court was told.
Despite serving a four-year prison term and a 10-year restraining order, Beeton was caught sending another death threat in 2019.
In HMP Peterborough’s message, Beeton wrote: ‘If it’s the last thing I do, I’ll find you ***** and make her pay for it.
“I’ll hunt her down like the dog she is and I’ll kill her slowly so she knows how much pain I feel without my kids.
“She’ll beg me to kill her by the time I’m done with her.
Rachel Beeton, 36, vowed to ‘take revenge’ on her former partner’s new lover by hunting her down ‘like the dog she is’
Prison officers intercepted Beeton’s sadistic letter in the mailbox after a fellow inmate insulted her
“They can keep me here as long as they want, but I will take revenge. She will die.’
Prison officers only intercepted Beeton’s letter in the mailbox after a fellow inmate raised the alarm.
In her police interview, Beeton said she wrote the letter because she was “frustrated” and told officers she “couldn’t” talk to them.
At the latest death threat, her sentence was extended by two months.
Anyone who knows where she is should call Lincolnshire Police on 101, citing incident 513 of 9 September.