Inmates fail to return to prison after leavesThree inmates at Suffolk County’s Hollesley Bay prison have escaped since April 21 while out of jail.
Ian Boarder, 34, who was serving 14 years for robbery, did not return to the prison on April 21 after being granted a day release, according to a news release from the Suffolk Constabulary. The release described Boarder as white, with “short, mousy ginger hair,” blue eyes, a slim build and tattoos on his wrists.
Then, on April 23, Peter Graham, a 47-year-old who was doing a 6½-year sentence for burglary, went for a break and did not return while at a work placement program in Ipswich, according to the release.
Graham has no home of record but originates from the Bradford area of Yorkshire.
Finally, on April 24, James Patrick Delahoyde, a prisoner doing five years for burglary, failed to return to the prison while on day leave.
He is described as a white man, 6 feet 2 inches tall, with “balding, mousy-colored hair.” Delahoyde has connections to the Slough area of Buckinghamshire and Hayes in Middlesex.
Anyone with information on the escapes should contact the Suffolk police at 01473 6135000, or their local police station.
Beck Row sees spate of vehicle break-insBECK ROW — Authorities are advising car owners to keep their vehicles locked after five were broken into last week in the village of Beck Row near RAFs Mildenhall and Lakenheath.
Sometime between 8 p.m. on April 24 and 1 p.m. on April 25, suspects entered a blue Ford Focus, a green Mitsubishi van, a silver Ford Mustang, a gold Ford Explorer and another Ford vehicle around the areas of Hawthorne Close, Elmcroft Close and Holmsey Green Gardens, according to a release from the Suffolk Constabulary.
Two iPods, two sports bags and a set of golf clubs were stolen.
Items of value should be removed from cars when unattended, the release stated.
Anyone with information on the break-ins is asked to contact Mildenhall police at 01284 774100.
Police report theft of quail eggs from shedBURY ST. EDMUNDS — Fifty quail eggs were stolen from a shed on Reeve Close in Bury St. Edmunds. The theft is believed to have occurred between 4:30 p.m. on April 21 and 6:30 p.m. on April 22, according to a release from the Suffolk Constabulary.
Anyone with information on the eggs is asked to contact the Bury St. Edmunds police at 01284 774100.