Serial jail breaker rearrested after 12th escape
Senegalese serial jail breaker, Baye Modou Fall, who escaped on
Saturday from a prison in the capital Dakar, has been rearrested.
It was his 12th jailbreak from Senegalese prisons, local media report.
He was captured in Moussala in the east of the country near
the Malian border, a spokesman for Senegal’s
gendarmerie told the AFP news agency.
The 32-year-old, known as the ‘Escape Ace’, told local TV on Monday
that he had escaped because the legal process
was taking too long and he had been denied bail.
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He also described how he had escaped from the prison by
breaking a ventilation grill in a cell and
escaping over a wall in the prison using a rope.
The authorities are investigating whether
he had any accomplices.