Hollesley Bay prisoner turns himself in after going missing

Sam Claxton failed to return to the prison after being granted a temporary licence to visit an addre

Sam Claxton failed to return to the prison after being granted a temporary licence to visit an address in Ipswich - but later turned himself in Picture: SUFFOLK CONSTABULARY - Credit: Archant

A prisoner who failed to return to Hollesley Bay prison last night has turned himself in.

37-year-old Sam Claxton was given a temporary licence yesterday, February 24, to visit an address in Ipswich, but failed to return for 8pm as agreed under his temporary licence.

He had been reported missing by police however he has since handed himself back in to prison.

He will now appear at court today, February 25.

Police would like to thank the public for their assistance with the matter


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