Australia Fugitive turns himself into police 30 years after prison break
Six Palestinians escape Israeli jail, including top ex-militant
Six Palestinians broke out of an Israeli prison Monday through a tunnel dug beneath a sink, triggering a massive manhunt for the group that includes a prominent ex-militant. In footage that recalled the iconic 1994 prison escape film "The Shawshank Redemption," the IPS released a video which showed agents inspecting a narrow tunnel dug beneath a sink, burrowing deep into the ground. © JALAA MAREY The jail break occurred hours before Israel begins its High Holiday season, starting with Jewish New Year which begins at sundown The jail break occurred hours before Israel begins its High Holiday season, starting with Jewish New Year which beg
A fugitive who turned himself in nearly 30 years after escaping prison on the NSW North Coast had been living in the sand dunes at a Sydney beach.
Darko Desic, then 35, allegedly used tools including a hacksaw blade and bolt cutters to free himself from the Grafton Correctional Centre, now known as the Grafton Intake and Transient Centre, in 1992.
Police said the prison break took place between 7pm on July 31 and 7am on August 1.
Today it's been revealed he had been sleeping rough in Avalon on Sydney's Northern Beaches, doing odd jobs for cash.
Desic managed to evade authorities for just under 30 years.
six prisoners escape via a tunnel under a sink, a vast man hunting launched in Israel
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But his freedom came to an end when he turned himself into authorities on Sunday.
Now aged 64, Desic attended Dee Why Police Station and surrendered himself to police.
He's been charged with escaping from lawful custody and faced court yesterday.
Desic will next appear at Central Local Court on September 28.
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