Teenage killer & # 39; escapes from prison after he and his twin brother swap places during his visit & # 39;
- Murat A., 19, served the first year of his murder sentence in the Turkish prison
- Identical twins visited him and reportedly switched places while the teenager fled
- Guards realized later, but managed to locate the escaped and brought him back to prison
- The twins were also detained during an investigation
A teenage murderer is said to have escaped from prison after his twin brother visited him and took his place behind bars.
The incident occurred in the southern Turkish province of Mersin, where 19-year-old Murat A. served the first year of his murder sentence, according to reports.
The twin brother of the convicted person, identified as Huseyin A., came to visit him in prison, where the brothers and sisters subsequently succeeded in changing places
Murat A, 19, served the first year of a prison sentence for murder when his brother visited him in prison and reportedly swapped places with the convicted person
According to local media, while Huseyin took the place of his brother in jail, the convict successfully left the prison for freedom.
It was reported that the prison did not have a face recognition system to detect the subtle differences in the faces of the identical twin.
It was not long before the prison staff realized that Murat had escaped and that his brother had taken his place and immediately informed the local authorities.
The two brothers Murat A. and Huseyin A. managed to change places, leaving convict Murat free to walk out the door
Police teams conducted a search for all known areas related to the convicted person.
Reportedly, they later found him at his home.
Murat was taken back to prison to continue his sentence, and his brother was also arrested, according to reports.
It is not clear why the twins decided to change places.
The police have started an investigation into the incident in progress.
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