Derby

Inmate absconds from Sudbury open prison

Liam Fletcher
Image caption Police say Fletcher's last known address was in Nottingham

A 35-year-old man serving a sentence for drug offences has absconded from an open prison in Derbyshire.

Liam Fletcher failed to return to HMP Sudbury on Tuesday, Derbyshire Police confirmed.

He was sentenced at Nottingham Crown Court in June 2008 for possession of cocaine with intent to supply.

Fletcher is described as white, 5ft 10ins (1.77m) tall, of medium build, with cropped dark brown hair and blue eyes. He has a Midlands accent.

Derbyshire Police said he uses several aliases and his last known address was in Nottingham.

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