BREAKING NEWS: Escaped prisoner hands himself in
10am 29.02.08 A CRIMINAL who escaped from a prison handed himself in at Weston police station on Wednesday.
A CRIMINAL who escaped from a prison handed himself in at Weston police station on Wednesday.
Martin McDonagh, aged 33, absconded from HMP Leyhill in South Gloucestershire.
He escaped from the prison and was reported missing on February 25, along with fellow inmate Matthew Seal, aged 32.
McDonagh was serving three years for burglary and Seal was doing nine years for supplying drugs.
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A third man, Anthony Duggan, aged 61, was reported missing from the prison on February 24.
Duggan is described as being a white man, of medium build, around 5ft 9ins tall, with receding hair. He has a six inch scar on his left cheek.
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Seal is described as being a white man, of medium build, and 5ft 9ins tall. He has short dark brown hair and is clean shaven with a Welsh accent.
McDonagh has now been returned to prison.
Anyone who believes they have seen either of the men is urged to contact Staple Hill CID on 0845 4567000.