Prison escapee former Royal aide is found by police

FORMER Royal aide Jane Andrews, who escaped from an open prison where she was serving a life sentence for murder, has been found close to the jail police said today.

Annie Davidson

FORMER Royal aide Jane Andrews, who escaped from an open prison where she was serving a life sentence for murder, has been found close to the jail police said today.

Andrews went missing from East Sutton open prison in Maidstone, Kent, on Sunday evening.

The 42-year-old, who used to work as a dresser for the Duchess of York, was jailed for life in 2001 for murdering her lover, Thomas Cressman.


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A massive search had been mounted for the killer but she was found safe and well close to the prison in the early hours of this morning.

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