Prisoner Escapee Surfaces on Facebook With Girlfriend

Prisoner Escapee Surfaces on Facebook With Girlfriend
Prisoner Escapee Surfaces on Facebook With Girlfriend

Prisoner Escapee Surfaces on Facebook With Girlfriend.

A violent burglar was photographed eating a piece of toast in bed with his fiancée after escaping from jail last month after announcing his engagement to his girlfriend.

On October 9, Sam Hawkins posted on Facebook from prison about his plans to marry Danielle Foster, and the next day he jumped over the fence at HMP Sudbury in Derbyshire.

The 34-year-old was last spotted with fellow escapee Darren McKay, 37, wandering down the A515 towards the Peak District town of Ashbourne.

Since then, authorities have been on the lookout for the “dangerous criminal” and have issued warnings to the public not to approach him.

Hawkins was seen enjoying a piece of toast in a temporary profile picture posted by his fiancee yesterday. He was accompanied by four blue hearts.

She reportedly altered her relationship status on July 5 last year to say that she was now with Hawkins, who had been sentenced to nine years and four months in prison a year prior.

According to MailOnline, a source said:

It’s crazy. Danielle has four kids and only got with him whilst he was in prison. She has never seen him on the outside so this picture must be recent.

Up until now the only pictures she has shared of him are ones from prison calls.

Hawkins was one of seven members of a south London gang sentenced to nearly 50 years in prison in June 2019. Their crime spree lasted from September 2017 until their arrests in December 2018, and they specialized in smashing shops and taking out ATMs, as well as residential burglaries.

Following the group’s arrests, officers in the area of south-east London targeted by the gang for their house burglaries recorded a 25% reduction in such offences.

Hawkins and his accomplice McKay were caught on CCTV escaping from HMP Sudbury at 10.15 p.m. on October 10.
The breakout spurred a massive manhunt by police forces around the country, as well as the appearance of more jailbreaks from the ‘low security’ jail.

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