Police are warning the man dubbed the “Mill Woods Rapist” has been released from prison.

Dana Fash, 30, was released from a correctional facility Tuesday, and has made clear intentions to live in Edmonton.

Though he completed a number of programs while in custody, police still consider him a violent sexual offender who poses “significant harm to the community and, in particular, adult females.”

Fash made headlines in December when he escaped from a halfway house. He was serving out the last of a 12-year-sentence for two horrifying attacks.

In 1994, he raped a 65-year-old woman in the backyard of her southside home. One month later, he brandished a pair of scissors and raped a 44-year-old janitor in a school bathroom.

The warning, police stress, is in an effort to make the public aware of the threat posed by Fash, not to encourage vigilantism.