Mum on the run said she will hunt ex’s lover ‘like the dog she is and kill her’

A manhunt is underway for a wanted mother who has gone on the run after threatening to murder her ex-partner and his girlfriend.

Rachel Beeton is believed to be in the Lincolnshire or West Midlands area after breaching her licence conditions.

Lincolnshire Police said the 38-year-old mother had been jailed for assault and are now asking the public for help in finding her.

She was previously locked up in 2018 for trashing her former partner’s car and his new lover’s apartment.

While in custody, and despite being placed under a restraining order, Beeton continued to write to her former partner.

At the same time she wrote her friend a letter in which she told how she planned to kill both her ex and his new girlfriend.

At a trial, prosecutor Lucky Thandi told Lincoln Crown Court that the letter was intercepted by prison staff.

She said: “In the letter she said she would put a knife right through her ex-partner and his new partner.

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“She detailed how she was spending her nights planning to kill her.”

The court was told how Beeton had said she had ever intention of killing her ex’s new partner on her release from prison.

Despite being handed a four-year jail term and a 10-year restraining order, Beeton was caught sending another death threat in 2019.

In a letter written from HMP Peterborough, Beeton wrote: "If it's the last thing I do I will find your ***** and make her pay for this.

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“I will hunt her down like the dog she is and I will kill her, slowly so she knows the pain I feel without my kids.

“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.”

Prisoner officers only intercepted Beeton's chilling letter in the post box after a fellow inmate raised the alarm.

In her police interview, Beeton said she wrote the letter because she was “p***ed off” and told officers she “'couldn't be a***d” to talk to them.

The latest death threat saw her sentence extended by two months.

Lincolnshire Police are asking anyone who knows of her whereabouts to call them on 101, quoting incident 513 of September 9.

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