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The police are desperate for Laurie Dodd, 44, after allegedly putting a guard in a headlock and stealing the keys to his handcuffs. He is pictured arrested on Thursday

Desperate manhunt is on the way for a suspect who escaped custody by locking a guard and stealing the keys to his handcuffs & # 39; just two days after he was injured during an arrest

  • Laurie Dodd, 44, is said to have put a security guard in a main lock and stolen handcuff keys
  • He managed to escape after being arrested two days earlier
  • After an alleged police chase, Dodd was bitten by a police officer and then arrested
  • He was taken to the hospital for his injuries, where he managed to escape
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A suspect has reportedly escaped guardianship by putting a guard in a main lock and stealing the keys to his handcuffs.

Laurie Dodd, 44, is said to have made the daring escape while in custody at a Perth Hospital at 1:00 p.m. on Saturday before she fled again, according to 7News.

On Thursday, Dodd was arrested after allegedly leading a police chase before fighting with officers and allegedly hitting a police dog.

The police are desperate for Laurie Dodd, 44, after allegedly putting a guard in a headlock and stealing the keys to his handcuffs. He is pictured arrested on Thursday

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The police are desperate for Laurie Dodd, 44, after allegedly putting a guard in a headlock and stealing the keys to his handcuffs. He is pictured arrested on Thursday

The dog bit him so heavily on his arm that he was taken to Perth Hospital, where he put his alleged & # 39; head & # 39; could escape.

Dodd was not guarded by the police but by two security officers from the Broadspectrum company.

Prisoners are transported and guarded by Broadspectrum while they are out of prison and in hospitals, under a contract with the WA Department of Justice.

Anyone who sees Dodd (photo) should not approach but contact the police at 131 444

Anyone who sees Dodd (photo) should not approach but contact the police at 131 444

Anyone who sees Dodd (photo) should not approach but contact the police at 131 444

This is Dodd & # 39; s third escape from custody.

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In 1999, he escaped the highly secured Broome Regional prison.

He took refuge for two and a half months and was labeled & # 39; WA & # 39; s most wanted & # 39 ;.

Dodd and eight other prisoners escaped the Supreme Court of Western Australia in 2004.

He managed to spend eight days on the flight before being caught.

The escaped is described as 187 cm long, with a medium build, light skin, black hair and a loose haircut.

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Dodd, who was accused of countless violations, may have sustained bandage and arm injuries and was last seen in a white t-shirt and green or black boxer shorts.

He was spotted in the CBD of Perth and anyone who sees him should not approach but contact the police at 131 444.

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