In Bali, 4 Overseas Inmates Tunnel Out Of Prison

In May, hundreds of inmates broke out of an overcrowded prison on the island of Sumatra.
In June, flooding caused a wall to collapse at a different prison on Sumatra, allowing dozens to escape.
He said the four inmates escaped under cover of darkness late Sunday or early Monday.
“We immediately started a manhunt,” said Hengky Widjaja, a spokesman for the Bali Provincial Police.
Among the prison’s most notable foreign inmates in recent years were members of the so-called Bali Nine group of Australians who were arrested in 2005 trying to smuggle 18.5 pounds of heroin out of the resort island.

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