111 inmates climb via gap in ceiling, escape from jail cell in Nakhon Sawan

Nearly a dozen inmates climbed by way of a hole in a holding cell and escape from the Khlong Pho Temporary Prison in the central province Nakhon Sawan where they have been held as a isolation interval before being despatched to Nakhon Sawan Central Prison. Officers say the inmates have been found.
Police Major-General Raphiphong Sukphaiboon from Nakhon Sawan police station stated the prisoners of 10 Thais and one Burmese have been in quarantine holding room awaiting Covid-19 testing when they managed to escape by climbing up a hole in the ceiling.
Piece of cake went their separate ways after fleeing the building.”
Five of them were apprehended quickly after the breakout, while the remainder had been arrested over the evening as they attempted to return to their homes, with the final prisoner nabbed round 2am yesterday.
According to a information source, eight of the detainees, including the Myanmar national, had been arrested on drug accusations, whereas the opposite three had been jailed for theft, fraud, and assaulting a judicial officer. Nine of them allegedly admitted they ran away as a result of they needed to satisfy their family members..

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