The Metropolitan Police have released the route of a van they believe Daniel Khalife strapped himself into as part of his prison escape.
More than 150 officers and staff were working around the clock to arrest 21-year-old Khalife, police said.
Police said a nationwide alert has been issued for the former soldier, leading to increased security at ports and borders.
There are no confirmed sightings of him.
Police said Khalife was declared missing at 7.50am on Wednesday and was notified at 8.15am, prompting them to take immediate action to locate the van that had left the prison.
The Met Police released the following route taken by the truck:
The lorry left HMP Wandsworth at 7.32am on Wednesday and turned right out of the gate onto Heathfield Road.
It then turned left onto Magdalen Road.
The truck then turned left onto Trinity Road (A214) to the Wandsworth roundabout and took the first exit onto Swandon Way (A217).
She then turned left onto Old York Road, past Wandsworth Town station and then left onto Fairfield Street.
It turned right onto Wandsworth High Street (A3), continued straight on West Hill and then onto Upper Richmond Road (A205) where it was stopped by police at 8:37am near the junction with Carlton Drive became.
The truck had already turned around when police stopped it and was on its way to Wandsworth prison because the driver had been called by Bidfood, the company that owns the truck.
The company “cooperated fully in the investigation,” police said.
Officers spoke to the driver and then conducted a thorough search of the truck.
During the search, they discovered straps on the underside of the vehicle, which they believe Khalife used as part of his escape.
A Bidfood spokesman said: “Yesterday morning we were made aware of a security incident involving one of our vehicles while we were en route.
“We can confirm that our driver fully cooperated with the police on this matter before returning to the depot. We will continue to assist authorities in their ongoing investigation.”
https://www.standard.co.uk/news/uk/daniel-abed-khalife-met-police-wandsworth-old-york-road-wandsworth-town-b1105665.html Route of a truck that police say Daniel Khalife was strapped into