WANTED: Convicted burglar missing from Felmores bail hostel

Basildon Recorder: WANTED: Convicted burglar missing from Felmores bail hostel WANTED: Convicted burglar missing from Felmores bail hostel

POLICE are searching for a convicted burglar who went on the run from the notorious Felmores bail hostel.

Wayne Kavanagh, 22, was reported missing by probation workers at the bail hostel on Tuesday, December 10.

He was placed there after being released from a two-year prison sentence for a string of burglaries across Southend.

Officers have spent the past ten days visiting homes across Southend and Rayleigh in a bid to find Kavanagh.

They have so far failed to identify his whereabouts or anyone who is harbouring him.

Despite this, police still believe friends are hiding Kavanagh.

DI Andy Harvey, investigating officer, said: "Wayne knows that we want him and his friends know we want him which is why they are doing their best to help him.

"Let us make one element clear to these people: We will look to prosecute anyone who is found to be assisting or harbouring this fugitive.

"This has turned into a partnership approach operation where we are relying on the community to provide us with the leads to go and arrest Wayne.”

Kavanagh is described as white, around 5ft 11ins tall and of medium build.

He has distinctive tattoos of scroll-writing on both sides of his neck.

Police are urging members of the public not to approach him.

Anyone who sees Kavanagh should call police immediately on 999 or those with information on his whereabouts should contact detectives at Southend police station on 101.

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10:46am Sat 21 Dec 13

Rich;'Carol says...

ABSOLUTE SCUM
ABSOLUTE SCUM Rich;'Carol

10:59am Sat 21 Dec 13

Speedysnail says...

Lets hope this scum does not ruin someone's Christmas.
Lets hope this scum does not ruin someone's Christmas. Speedysnail

12:00pm Sat 21 Dec 13

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9:04pm Sat 21 Dec 13

Dan_ says...

It's a weird situation in a way, he has been in prison for two years and then you're put somewhere you can just walk out of, then we're all surprised when the guy disappears. He was hardly an upstanding member of society in the first place by sounds of it. If you don't want to risk him being in with the general population, don't put him in a hostel he can escape from?
It's a weird situation in a way, he has been in prison for two years and then you're put somewhere you can just walk out of, then we're all surprised when the guy disappears. He was hardly an upstanding member of society in the first place by sounds of it. If you don't want to risk him being in with the general population, don't put him in a hostel he can escape from? Dan_

10:20pm Sat 21 Dec 13

Prolific-Criminal says...

Dan_ wrote:
It's a weird situation in a way, he has been in prison for two years and then you're put somewhere you can just walk out of, then we're all surprised when the guy disappears. He was hardly an upstanding member of society in the first place by sounds of it. If you don't want to risk him being in with the general population, don't put him in a hostel he can escape from?
Then again he could of escaped from a proper prison. All what you got to do is create a ladder in the prison workshop and get over the wall. Easy ayy?
[quote][p][bold]Dan_[/bold] wrote: It's a weird situation in a way, he has been in prison for two years and then you're put somewhere you can just walk out of, then we're all surprised when the guy disappears. He was hardly an upstanding member of society in the first place by sounds of it. If you don't want to risk him being in with the general population, don't put him in a hostel he can escape from?[/p][/quote]Then again he could of escaped from a proper prison. All what you got to do is create a ladder in the prison workshop and get over the wall. Easy ayy? Prolific-Criminal

10:24pm Sat 21 Dec 13

danger2013 says...

Prolific-Criminal wrote:
Dan_ wrote:
It's a weird situation in a way, he has been in prison for two years and then you're put somewhere you can just walk out of, then we're all surprised when the guy disappears. He was hardly an upstanding member of society in the first place by sounds of it. If you don't want to risk him being in with the general population, don't put him in a hostel he can escape from?
Then again he could of escaped from a proper prison. All what you got to do is create a ladder in the prison workshop and get over the wall. Easy ayy?
When was the last time you heard of that happening? this is 2013 not 1960 prisons are more secure than ever. The only way to escape is when travelling to and from the prison.
[quote][p][bold]Prolific-Criminal[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Dan_[/bold] wrote: It's a weird situation in a way, he has been in prison for two years and then you're put somewhere you can just walk out of, then we're all surprised when the guy disappears. He was hardly an upstanding member of society in the first place by sounds of it. If you don't want to risk him being in with the general population, don't put him in a hostel he can escape from?[/p][/quote]Then again he could of escaped from a proper prison. All what you got to do is create a ladder in the prison workshop and get over the wall. Easy ayy?[/p][/quote]When was the last time you heard of that happening? this is 2013 not 1960 prisons are more secure than ever. The only way to escape is when travelling to and from the prison. danger2013

11:38am Sun 22 Dec 13

BIRLIS says...

Prolific-Criminal wrote:
Dan_ wrote:
It's a weird situation in a way, he has been in prison for two years and then you're put somewhere you can just walk out of, then we're all surprised when the guy disappears. He was hardly an upstanding member of society in the first place by sounds of it. If you don't want to risk him being in with the general population, don't put him in a hostel he can escape from?
Then again he could of escaped from a proper prison. All what you got to do is create a ladder in the prison workshop and get over the wall. Easy ayy?
"All what you got to do" is learn English, then you might have a brighter future!
[quote][p][bold]Prolific-Criminal[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Dan_[/bold] wrote: It's a weird situation in a way, he has been in prison for two years and then you're put somewhere you can just walk out of, then we're all surprised when the guy disappears. He was hardly an upstanding member of society in the first place by sounds of it. If you don't want to risk him being in with the general population, don't put him in a hostel he can escape from?[/p][/quote]Then again he could of escaped from a proper prison. All what you got to do is create a ladder in the prison workshop and get over the wall. Easy ayy?[/p][/quote]"All what you got to do" is learn English, then you might have a brighter future! BIRLIS

12:42pm Sun 22 Dec 13

Howard Cháse says...

BIRLIS wrote:
Prolific-Criminal wrote:
Dan_ wrote:
It's a weird situation in a way, he has been in prison for two years and then you're put somewhere you can just walk out of, then we're all surprised when the guy disappears. He was hardly an upstanding member of society in the first place by sounds of it. If you don't want to risk him being in with the general population, don't put him in a hostel he can escape from?
Then again he could of escaped from a proper prison. All what you got to do is create a ladder in the prison workshop and get over the wall. Easy ayy?
"All what you got to do" is learn English, then you might have a brighter future!
Innit
[quote][p][bold]BIRLIS[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Prolific-Criminal[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Dan_[/bold] wrote: It's a weird situation in a way, he has been in prison for two years and then you're put somewhere you can just walk out of, then we're all surprised when the guy disappears. He was hardly an upstanding member of society in the first place by sounds of it. If you don't want to risk him being in with the general population, don't put him in a hostel he can escape from?[/p][/quote]Then again he could of escaped from a proper prison. All what you got to do is create a ladder in the prison workshop and get over the wall. Easy ayy?[/p][/quote]"All what you got to do" is learn English, then you might have a brighter future![/p][/quote]Innit Howard Cháse

11:37pm Sun 22 Dec 13

serial thief says...

danger2013 wrote:
Prolific-Criminal wrote:
Dan_ wrote:
It's a weird situation in a way, he has been in prison for two years and then you're put somewhere you can just walk out of, then we're all surprised when the guy disappears. He was hardly an upstanding member of society in the first place by sounds of it. If you don't want to risk him being in with the general population, don't put him in a hostel he can escape from?
Then again he could of escaped from a proper prison. All what you got to do is create a ladder in the prison workshop and get over the wall. Easy ayy?
When was the last time you heard of that happening? this is 2013 not 1960 prisons are more secure than ever. The only way to escape is when travelling to and from the prison.
Your be very surprised. You should watch some of the prison breaks in America. Google 'breakout' on YouTube and there's a few episodes of prisoners escaping. Very clever indeed. Its difficult to escape from prison but not impossible. If you put your mind to anything you can achieve it.
[quote][p][bold]danger2013[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Prolific-Criminal[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Dan_[/bold] wrote: It's a weird situation in a way, he has been in prison for two years and then you're put somewhere you can just walk out of, then we're all surprised when the guy disappears. He was hardly an upstanding member of society in the first place by sounds of it. If you don't want to risk him being in with the general population, don't put him in a hostel he can escape from?[/p][/quote]Then again he could of escaped from a proper prison. All what you got to do is create a ladder in the prison workshop and get over the wall. Easy ayy?[/p][/quote]When was the last time you heard of that happening? this is 2013 not 1960 prisons are more secure than ever. The only way to escape is when travelling to and from the prison.[/p][/quote]Your be very surprised. You should watch some of the prison breaks in America. Google 'breakout' on YouTube and there's a few episodes of prisoners escaping. Very clever indeed. Its difficult to escape from prison but not impossible. If you put your mind to anything you can achieve it. serial thief

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