The 21-year-old was final seen on the Buckinghamshire jail on Tuesday
One other prisoner has gone lacking from a Buckinghamshire jail.
21-year-old Edward Cawley was final seen on Tuesday.
Cawley, often called Ned, was serving a sentence for housebreaking.
Cawley is white, roughly 5ft 7ins tall, of skinny construct, with brief, ginger hair, blue eyes and has an Irish accent.
He additionally has a tattoo on his proper hand of the identify ‘Chantelle’ and a scar on his left hand.
He’s identified to frequent Luton, Dunstable, West Bromwich, South Glamorgan and Cardiff.
PC Maureen Moore, primarily based at Aylesbury police station, stated:
“We’re interesting for the general public’s assist in finding Cawley.
“If you happen to see him, please don’t method him however name 999 as an alternative.
“Anybody who has any data can name Thames Valley Police on the non-emergency quantity 101, quoting reference quantity 43210025085.
“Alternatively in case you want to stay nameless, you may contact the unbiased charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.”