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Prisoner absconds from open jail

Lee Christopher Holden (courtesy of Suffolk Police)
Lee Christopher Holden was serving a prison term for burglary

An inmate has absconded from an open prison in Suffolk.

Lee Christopher Holden, 31, was serving a four-year and two-month sentence for burglary at Hollesley Bay, where he was last seen on Friday morning.

Holden is described as white, of thin build, 6ft 1in, with mousy-brown short hair, brown eyes and tattoos. He has connections to the Norwich area.

Anyone who sees Holden is urged to contact police immediately but they should not approach him.

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