A man who is on the run from a prison in Lincolnshire has been spotted on CCTV in Nottingham.
A reward has been offered for information about a man who is on the run from a Lincolnshire prison.
Police are searching woodland after a man who is on the run from a prison in Lincolnshire.
Searches are taking place in Scotland for an inmate who failed to return to a prison in Lincolnshire two weeks ago. Lee Cyrus was on day release from North Sea Camp open prison at the time of his disappearance.
Police in Scotland are searching for a man who has absconded from a prison in Lincolnshire after a possible sighting.
Lee Cyrus, who is serving a life sentence for robbery, was on day release from North Sea Camp on 9 October when he failed to return.
Tayside Police are investigating two violent attacks in the Perth area in the last fortnight, including the sexual assault of a woman by an intruder who attacked the victim in her own bed.
A convicted robber, who was out on day release, has failed to return to a Lincolnshire prison.
Lee Cyrus, who is also known as Ivan Leach, did not return to North Sea Camp open prison in Boston on Tuesday 9 October.
The 47-year-old is serving a life sentence for robbery and may be anywhere in the UK
He is described as white, around 5ft 11in, of stocky build with cropped hair and brown eyes.
The public are being warned not to approach Cyrus, but to report any sightings to police.
A man from Scarborough is wanted to be taken back to prison for breaching the conditions of his release licence.
19-year-old Joshua Stephen Scott was jailed in May 2011 for two years and four months for assault.
Inspector Tony Quinn, of Scarborough Safer Neighbourhood Team, said:
"It is important that people who are released from prison on licence comply with the conditions imposed on them so that everyone can have the confidence that justice has been done.
I urge anyone who can help to trace Joshua Scott to contact the police straight away."
Sue McAllister, 51, from South Yorkshire, has come out of retirement to take up a postion as Director General of the Northern Ireland prison service.
She will take up the role on July 3rd.
Mrs McAllister will be in charge of major changes to a regime which costs £140 million a year to run.