Detective Superintendent Martin Evans of Staffordshire Police
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Reward of £10,000 to catch escaped prisoner John Anslow

A £10,000 reward for information is being offered by police investigating the escape of a man from a prison van.

John Anslow, 31, described as "dangerous", fled when the van was ambushed near Bromsgrove, in Worcestershire, on Monday.

He was on his way to court in Stafford, having been charged with murder last week.

Detective Superintendent Martin Evans of Staffordshire Police said he hoped the ''sizeable reward'' would be an incentive.

  • 24 Jan 2012
  • From the section UK