Jack Shepherd, 31, was convicted of manslaughter after flipping his speedboat and killing his date
The Daily Mail is offering a £25,000 reward for information on the whereabouts of Exeter man Jack Shepherd.
The 31 year old was convicted of manslaughter by gross negligence last year after his speedboat flipped on the River Thames and killed his date, 24 year old Charlotte Brown.
But he's been on the run ever since. Police think he may be in Spain or Georgia.
Using a legal aid firm, he's now lodged an appeal against his 6 year sentence. Client confidentiality means the firm do not have to help Police find him.
Speaking to the Mail, Charlotte's father Graham Brown, said: 'Thank you Daily Mail, I am very happy with the £25,000 reward. Jack Shepherd should know that I will stop at nothing – whatever it takes to ensure he serves his sentence. For my beautiful daughter. We owe it to her memory.'