A convicted killer has absconded with two other inmates from a prison in Derbyshire.
Lewis Daniel Thornton, 29, who has been convicted of manslaughter, left HMP Sudbury alongside Daniel Gerald Ferris, 30, and Rory Allen, 33, on Saturday, December 5, according to Metro UK.
HMP Sudbury, near Ashbourne, is a Category D jail, meaning inmates there are considered a low-security risk.
Police have issued an urgent appeal for information on their whereabouts and warned people to stay away from them.
Thornton, 29, was convicted of manslaughter in 2016 at Wolverhampton Crown Court. He is 6ft 2ins and has blue eyes, brown hair, and tattoos saying ‘RIP cobra’ on his right wrist, and ‘Angel’ on his left arm.
Lewis Daniel Thornton
Police say he has contacts in Wolverhampton and Walsall and he should not be approached by the public.
The second absconder, Ferris, was convicted of robbery at Birmingham Crown Court in 2018. He is white with blue eyes, brown air and is of medium build. Police said he has links to Birmingham.
Daniel Gerald Ferris
The final inmate is Rory Allen who was convicted of being concerned in the supply of cocaine and heroin at Worcester Crown Court in 2018. He is 6ft 2ins with brown eyes, a moustache, and is of thin build.
Allen also has ‘Tug’ tattooed on his right arm and police said he has connections in Wolverhampton and Walsall.