An escapee prisoner who fled in pants, socks and a wig may have shaved


Police are desperately trying to find a prisoner who fled custody in his underwear and socks. They suspect he may have shaved the head and beard.

Kyle Darren Eglington escaped the custody of police in Poole at 11.11 am yesterday (March 26th), after he was arrested for robbery in connection to an incident that occurred in Bournemouth last Thursday.

According to reports, the 32-year old assaulted security personnel before fleeing.

Dorset Police stated that they are conducting an investigation “urgent searches”They are trying to locate the escaped prisoner who they believe may have been there. “significantly”He has changed his appearance.

Police described Eglington’s whiteness as medium-build, five-foot-11 inches tall, and medium build.

This picture was taken by officers to show how he might look post-shave.

They also said that he had dark brown hair, and a beard. But both could have been cut.

Helicopters of the National Police Air Service and British Transport Police are both using their resources in an attempt to locate him.

They believe that Eglington may have been in Bournemouth’s West Howe area in the early hours Sunday morning, according to their investigations.

Eglington appeared before Poole Magistrates Court Friday to face the robbery charge

Top cop Chief Inspector Neil Wright said: “I would like to reassure members of the public that we have a number of officers carrying out searches and other enquiries in a bid to locate Kyle Eglington as soon as possible and return him to lawful custody.

“We believe that he may have changed his appearance significantly and will therefore look different to the latest image we have for him.

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“I would urge anyone who sees Kyle, or a man matching the description given, to please report it to us.

“There is nothing at this time to suggest he poses a risk to the general public; however, we would urge people not to approach him and to please dial 999 immediately.”

Dorset Police advised anyone who spots the escaped prisoner to dial 999. Anyone else with information should call 101, quoting incident 26:244 and Crimestoppers anonymously at 0800 555 111.