May Pen lock-up escapee turns himself in

The third of five prisoners, who escaped from the May Pen lock-up in Clarendon on Thursday, April 30 has turned himself in.

He is 25-year-old Jubani Dyer of Denbigh, Clarendon who was in custody for illegal possession of firearm and ammunition. He turned himself in yesterday.

The of the escapees were captured moments after escaping.

The remaining escapees still at large are:

  • Agasious Robinson, 27 of Rocky Point, Clarendon who was charged with burglary and;
  • Colin Bailey, 18, of Bucknor, Clarendon who was charged with rape.

The police are urging the other escapees to turn themselves in and are reminding family members, residents and associates that it is an offence to harbour criminals.

Anyone with information on the whereabouts of these escapees is being asked to contact the May Pen Criminal Investigation Branch at 876-832-2077, police 119 emergency number, Crime Stop at 311 or the nearest police station.

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