Tuesday, 27 October 2020

Manhunt Continues For Escaped Prisoners in Puntarenas

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Two of the four prisoners who made run for it from the Puntarenas prison are back in custody. The escape occurred at 6:40pm Wednesday when the inmates overpowered the guards while being escorted to a religious ceremony.

The Adaptación Social began a manhunt for the prisoners who had used shank to injure one of the guards in the getaway.

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But before dawn two of the escapred prisoners were back in the prison while the Fuerza Publica and prison police continue the manhunt.

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