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World Danish submarine killer 'caught in prison escape'

14:58  20 october  2020
14:58  20 october  2020 Source:   bbc.com

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Danish submarine builder Peter Madsen, who murdered the Swedish journalist Kim Wall, has been caught after trying to escape from jail. A video, taken by a photographer from the Ekstrabladet website, showed the convicted killer sitting against a fence with a belt around his waist.

A convicted murderer, who killed a journalist on board his submarine , has been apprehended after trying to escape prison , according to Danish media reports. Danish police have said a man has been arrested after an attempted escape and the area has been cordoned off.

Danish submarine builder Peter Madsen, who murdered the Swedish journalist Kim Wall, has been caught after trying to escape from jail, reports say.

Peter Madsen standing in a kitchen: Madsen was jailed in 2018 after denying the murder of Swedish journalist Kim Wall © Getty Images Madsen was jailed in 2018 after denying the murder of Swedish journalist Kim Wall

Police say they have arrested a man near the jail but have so far refused to confirm his identity.

Pictures from the scene showed armed police surrounding a man near the prison west of Copenhagen.

Madsen was jailed for life for Kim Wall's murder. She boarded his homemade submarine for an interview in 2017.

Her mutilated body was discovered on a beach by a passer-by 11 days later.

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