Four inmates on the run from HMP Sudbury

Lee Naylor, Michael Sayers, Jackie John O'Neill and Giovanni Carrino Police are hunting for (clockwise from top left): Lee Naylor, Michael Sayers, Jackie John O'Neill and Giovanni Carrino

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Four prisoners who absconded from the same open prison in the space of two days are being sought by police.

Lee Naylor, Michael Sayers, Jackie John O'Neill and Giovanni Carrino went missing from HMP Sudbury, in Derbyshire, between 22 and 23 November.

The men have links to Bradford, Leeds, Scunthorpe and Leicester.

Police have appealed for anyone who sees any of the missing prisoners or has information as to their whereabouts to make contact.

Naylor, 35, from Little Horton, Bradford, was given an indeterminate sentence at Bradford Crown Court for robbery in May 2008.

He is described as white, 5ft 11ins (1.8m) tall, of medium build, with short brown hair and blue eyes.

Arson and intimidation

Sayers, 32, whose last know address was in Leeds, was jailed for six years at Leeds Crown Court in May 2012 for conspiracy to rob.

He is white, 5ft 6ins (1.7m) in height, of medium build, with short brown hair and blue eyes.

O'Neill, 31, from Keadby, Scunthorpe, is described as 5ft 9ins (1.75m) tall, of proportionate build, with short brown hair, blue eyes and an Irish accent.

He was jailed for four years at Stafford Crown Court in July 2012 for burglary and theft.

Carrino, 37, from Leicester, was given an indeterminate sentence at Leicester Crown Court for arson and witness intimidation in October 2007

He is described as white, 5ft 11ins (1.8m) tall, of medium build, with short brown hair and blue eyes.

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