A MUM who vowed to murder her ex-partner and his new girlfriend is on the run.
Rachel Beeton, 38, threatened to “hunt down” his new lover and “kill her slowly” after being locked up for assault.
She was sentenced to jail in 2018 however is now wished on recall for breaching her licence circumstances.
Police imagine she might be in the Lincolnshire or West Midlands space and have urged the public to assist discover her.
Beeton, from Louth, Lincolnshire, beforehand trashed her former boyfriend’s automotive and his associate’s flat.
She wrote to him whereas in custody in July 2018, in addition to telling a pal in a letter that she planned to kill them each.
Her handwritten notes have been intercepted by jail employees after a fellow inmate raised the alarm and Beeton discovered herself on trial.
Lincoln Crown Court heard: “In the letter she stated she would put a knife proper via her ex-partner and his new associate.
“She detailed how she was spending her nights planning to kill her.”
Beeton despatched one other letter in 2019 through which she threatened “revenge” – regardless of touchdown a restraining order.
The message, penned from HMP Peterborough, Cambridge, stated: “I swear if it is the final thing I do I’ll discover your w***e, wherever you go, and I’ll make her pay for this.
“I’ll hunt her down like the dog that she is and I’ll kill her, slowly so she is aware of what I’m doing to her.
She will know the ache I’m placing her via, similar to I really feel it with out my youngsters.
“She will be begging me to kill her by the time I’m finished with her.
“They can keep me as long as they want to in here, but I will get my revenge. She will DIE.”
Beeton stated in her police interview that she wrote the letter – which landed her a two-month extension to her sentence – as a result of she was “p****d off”.
When requested if she actually supposed to kill her ex-husband’s associate, Beeton answered sure.
She additionally advised cops she “couldn’t be a***d” to discuss to them.
In May, at Peterborough Crown Court, Beeton pleaded responsible to making an attempt to breach a restraining order.
Detective Constable Paul Twell stated at the time: “Beeton wished to disrupt the lives of her ex-husband and his new associate, inflicting them pointless worry via violent threats.
“She knew this was not solely unsuitable however went in opposition to the guidelines of her restraining order.
“Hopefully, the extra time spent in prison will allow her to gain control of her anger and move on.”
Lincolnshire Police have requested anybody who has seen Beeton or is aware of the place she may be to name 101, quoting 513 of September 9.