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Tuesday, 17 June 2014 - 14:24 WIB

EIGHT PRISONERS ESCAPE FROM POLICE DETENTION

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Sorong, 16/6 (Jubi) – As many as eight prisoners escaped from a police detention center in Sorong, West Papua.

Officers found out about the escape early Monday when they heard shouts from a prisoner.

The eight prisoners escaped  after unlocking  the door using a key belonging to a prison guard that was missing a few days ago and fled through the back yard.

Sorong police chief Adjunct Senior Commissioner Harry Golden Hart said he suspected that the prisoners had stolen keys from a guard.
“Yes, I received the report in the morning. Now, we are studying the case, ” he explained.

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He said police had been deployed to pursue the escaped prisoners.

As a result, the police have tightened security by adding more guards and installing security cameras.
Journalists were prohibited from taking pictures.  (Jubi / Nees/ Tina)

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