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Prison escapes from a jail and goes on the run in the middle of the desert


Prison escapes from a jail and goes on the run in the middle of the desert

  • Alek Brumby, 30, fled the Alice Springs Correctional Centre late on Sunday
  • Fled through the Northern Territory desert from the remote prison
  • Not considered dangerous but no one should approach if they see him 

A prisoner has escaped from a Northern Territory jail.

Alek Brumby, 30, fled the Alice Springs Correctional Centre late Sunday, NT Police said on Monday.

He’s not considered dangerous but the public are warned not to approach him and instead, call police.

Alek Brumby, 30, fled the Alice Springs Correctional Centre late Sunday, NT Police said on Monday

Alek Brumby, 30, fled the Alice Springs Correctional Centre late Sunday, NT Police said on Monday

Brumby is 168cm tall, with black hair and medium build.

He was last seen wearing a yellow shirt.

The Alice Springs Correctional Centre holds prisoners of all security levels with a focus on rehabilitation and reintegration.

The prison is 25km south of the town on the Stuart Highway.

The Alice Springs Correctional Centre holds prisoners of all security levels with a focus on rehabilitation and reintegration

The Alice Springs Correctional Centre holds prisoners of all security levels with a focus on rehabilitation and reintegration



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