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AustraliaSA Police looking for sixth man, Kyle Lloyd Pryde, over alleged murder of Jason De Ieso

11:35  11 september  2019
11:35  11 september  2019 Source:   abc.net.au

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SA Police looking for sixth man, Kyle Lloyd Pryde, over alleged murder of Jason De Ieso© Provided by Australian Broadcasting Corporation Kyle Pryde is wanted by SA Police over the alleged murder of Jason De Ieso. (Supplied: SA Police)

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A warrant for the arrest of Kyle Lloyd Pryde was issued late last month, but revealed by SA Police today after they failed to find him.

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SA Police Major Crime Investigation Branch officer in charge Detective Superintendent Des Bray said Pryde should be considered dangerous because of his alleged involvement in the murder and his potential access to firearms.

Superintendent Bray said he should not be approached if spotted by a member of the public, but urged them to make a call to triple zero.

"If Kyle Pryde becomes aware of this public release of information, I would urge him to consider his actions," he said.

"He should reconsider what he is doing, contact a solicitor and surrender to police."

Police said Mr Pryde was 178 centimetres tall, 100 kilograms, with a light complexion, brown eyes and short brown hair.

He has a range of distinctive tattoos on his arms, lower leg and back, including some relating to the Hells Angels.

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