A paedophile with links to Birmingham is being hunted by police who posted his photograph on a "most wanted" website today.
The site, launched by the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (Ceop) last November, has already led to the arrest of five missing offenders.
It is the first project to publish nationwide the details of convicted paedophiles who have failed to report to police and disappeared from the radar.
Three new convicted child abusers have been named. They are:
• Daniel Mark Joslin, 25, who is known to have spent time in Nottingham, Worcestershire, Birmingham, London, South Wales, Newcastle, Gloucestershire, Lincolnshire and Northern Ireland, and is being pursued by Nottinghamshire Police.
• Andrew Jeremy Eden, 48, who was last seen in Rochdale and is known to spend time in the Bolton area. He is being sought by Greater Manchester Police, and recent intelligence suggests he may also have visited central America;
• Stephen Lionel Gordon, 46, who was last registered in north Liverpool and is being hunted by Merseyside Police;
Full descriptions of the men are contained on the website at www.ceop.gov.uk/wanted, which also features a warning against vigilante action. The project has received more than 12 million hits from 130 different countries in just five months.
Ceop chief executive Jim Gamble said: "Most Wanted is going from strength to strength.
"Five months on, 12 million hits and five located offenders is proof it is achieving just that. We have been overwhelmed by the strength of support we have received, not just in the UK but throughout Europe."
Other offenders named on the site are still at large - John Murrell, Joshua Karney and Peter Wheatherley.
Murrell was last seen in the Worcestershire area and is known to have links with Belfast, Aberystwyth and Blackpool.