Eastern Cape police have launched a manhunt after seven prisoners, Abraham Moyane, Lubuyo September, Trymore Chauke, Francis Chitho and others escaped from Makhanda Correctional facility this morning KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Tuesday, October 18, 2022

Eastern Cape police have launched a manhunt after seven prisoners, Abraham Moyane, Lubuyo September, Trymore Chauke, Francis Chitho and others escaped from Makhanda Correctional facility this morning

Eastern Cape police have launched a manhunt after seven prisoners escaped from Makhanda Correctional facility this morning. (Read More Here).

It is alleged that on Tuesday, 18 October 2022 at about 04:00, the officer arrived for standby duties to visit prison when she saw lights that were on in one of the units. It was discovered that seven prisoners escaped through a window. The circumstances surrounding the incident are forming part of the investigation.   

Provincial Commissioner, Lieutenant General Nomthetheleli Mene has implemented a 72-hour activation plan following the incident. Police opened a case of Escaping from Lawful Custody for further investigation. The escaped prisoners have been identified as follows:

1. Nhamo Muyambo
2. Francis Chitho
3. Trymore Chauke
4. Lubuyo September
5. Abraham Moyane
6. Simba Masinge
7. Bennet Kwarrile
 
Police are warning the community that these prisoners are dangerous and should not be approached instead police must be contacted. We are also urging communities not to protect these criminals as they will be committing an offence if found to be aiding and abetting them.

Anyone with information about the whereabouts of these criminals is urged to contact the investigating officer, Detective Captain Glen Peter on 082 301 9427 or #CrimeStop on 08600 10111 or the nearest police station.

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