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Hollesley Bay absconder Anthony Lee, 19, missing for two weeks found in Hertfordshire

15:17 14 February 2016

Warren Hill at Hollesley Bay

Warren Hill at Hollesley Bay

A Hollesley Bay absconder who went missing on Wednesday January 27 has been detained in Hertfordshire.

Anthony Lee, 19, was arrested yesterday, Saturday February 13, and has been taken into custody.

He will now be returned to the prison system.

A suffolk police spokeswoman said they would like to thank the public and press for their help with the appeal.

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  • And that leaves how many outstanding absconders ?

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