The man believed responsible for an early morning van-ramming rampage almost one month ago has made a cameo appearance on Police Ten 7 last night.
Raquada-Charles Edwards is wanted after chasing his partner and ramming the van she was hiding in a dozen times before fleeing the scene in Hastings on February 5.
A police spokeswoman said police were continuing to search for Edwards, and believed it was possible he might have left the region.
"Police believe he is being helped to continue avoiding arrest and anyone who is assisting him should be aware that they are likely to come to police attention," she said.
There is a current warrant for his arrest and yesterday Edwards was presented as a case on Police Ten 7, wanted for wounding with intent to cause grievous bodily harm.
Police previously said Edwards had links to Mayfair and Havelock North, was a drug user and was considered dangerous.
The woman driving the van which was rammed said she hoped Edwards was caught soon.
Agworks's Lisa Mulligan said she understood the woman she had helped shelter was recovering well, "she just misses her kids, but otherwise I think she's on the mend".
She said Police needed to find Edwards so "the kids lives can go back to normal"
"His time will come," she said.
The incident started at Gull service station on Omahu Rd at about 6am, where contractors were waiting in their van when a woman suddenly asked them to take her to the police station as her partner was going to beat her up.
Moments later a man appeared but Ms Mulligan drove away. The man chased them down the road in his own vehicle, ramming their white van up to 12 times.
The pursuit came to an end at the intersection of Grays Rd and Heretaunga St West, where the man "manoeuvred" the van into the roundabout before ramming the stationary van.
The man was understood to have then tried to climb into the van and grab the woman. After a witness threatened to call Police the man rammed the van three more times, then
drove off after apparently aiming for the witness.
Four people were taken to Hawke's Bay Hospital, with two discharged later that day.
-Anyone with information as to Edwards' whereabouts is asked to contact the police or provide information anonymously via Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.