Prisoner serving life sentence who absconded from Hollesley Bay found
- Credit: Archant
A prisoner serving a life sentence has been located by police after absconding from Hollesley Bay prison.
Kenneth Higgins, 39, was reported missing to police yesterday (March 1) after he was absent from a roll call at Hollesley Bay at 5.30pm.
Higgins was found at 8.40am today in Lodge Road, Hollesley after the police received information about his location from a member of the public.
He was detained by officers and has been taken to a local Police Investigation Centre to appear before the next available court.
Higgins is serving a life sentence for making threats to kill and members of the public had been advised not to approach him, but to call police immediately.
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Suffolk police would like to thank members of the public with their assistance.
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