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Shaun Liddle (photo) escaped from prison while working in horticulture using the golf buggy available to prisoners in the work program

How did this happen? The prisoner makes it brave to escape from prison in a GOLF BUGGY while wearing hi-vis clothing – if the police warn him not to approach him

  • A prisoner escaped from a Darwin prison with a golf cart used for horticultural work
  • Shaun Liddle worked in the horticultural area of ​​the prison when he escaped
  • The police have warned residents not to make contact when they see Liddle
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A prisoner who worked in the horticultural department of a prison was able to escape by using a golf cart that was available to employees.

Northern Territory Police released an image of Shaun Liddle who fled the Darwin Correctional Precinct in Holtze on Friday afternoon.

Liddle was last seen with a long sleeve high visible yellow shirt that is blue from the elbows down, dark blue & # 39; King Gee & # 39; shorts, brown colored bucket hat and black sunglasses.

Shaun Liddle (photo) escaped from prison while working in horticulture using the golf buggy available to prisoners in the work program

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Shaun Liddle (photo) escaped from prison while working in horticulture using the golf buggy available to prisoners in the work program

The golf cart he took was a green & # 39; Polaris & # 39; side by side with the license plate & # 39; NTG 829245 & # 39 ;.

He was the last sighting on the way to Gunn Point Road on Willard Road.

Liddle is described as medium build, dark complexion, black hair, brown eyes and about 180 cm long.

The police have urged everyone to see Liddle avoid approaching him and instead contact NT Police on 131444 or Crime Stoppers at 1800 333 000.

The police have urged everyone to see Liddle avoid approaching him and instead to contact NT Police on 131444 or Crime Stoppers at 1800 333 000

The police have urged everyone to see Liddle avoid approaching him and instead to contact NT Police on 131444 or Crime Stoppers at 1800 333 000

The police have urged everyone to see Liddle avoid approaching him and instead to contact NT Police on 131444 or Crime Stoppers at 1800 333 000

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