Brisbane prisoner recaptured after nearly five years held for armed robbery
An inmate who escaped from a Queensland prison in 2005 was captured nearly five years later.
The Australian Federal Police said former inmate Michael Furlong was arrested on a prison guardhouse door at a dawn break, then returned within an hour with about $13,000 in cash.
He was recaptured after almost five years with the proceeds of the robbery.
A spokesman for Australian Federal Police said the recapture was “quite remarkable”.
He said Furlong was released on bail after serving four-and-a-half years, with a mandatory two-year term of supervised release.
“I wish the men and women of the AFP happy travels,” a spokes더킹카지노man for ASIO said.
Furlong’s release comes after ASIO issued a우리카지노 statement saying he would remain in custody until his detention conditions were satisfactory.
“Given the nature and scale of the arrest, it is important for him that he is appropriately restrained while his conditions are considered,” ASIO said in the statement.
He was placed in a special detention centre and his passport will remain with ASIO.
Furlong, now 36, escaped from the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital in 2006 after a 12-hour lockdown.
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