A pair of middle-aged convicts are wanted by Lancashire Police after they absconded from HMP Kirkham earlier this month.
Daniel Plaice, a 40-year-old man from Bishop Auckland, and Steven Ford, a 41-year-old man from Stockton-on-Tees left the prison on Sunday, 24th November.
Plaice (pictured left), from Bishop Auckland, was jailed for five years and 10 months at Teesside Crown Court in 2018 for attempted robbery, possession of a bladed article and burglary.
He is described as being 5ft 7in tall and of medium build. He had short brown straight hair, blue eyes and speaks with a North East accent.
He has various distinct tattoos on his neck, arms and legs including a Tasmanian devil wearing a death cloak, ‘Made in England’ and a skull with dagger.
Plaice has links to Cleveland, Durham, Cumbria and Lancashire.
Steven Ford (pictured right) was sentenced at Teesside Crown Court in 2018 to three years and six months in prison for burglary and dangerous driving.
The 41 year old from Stockton on Tees is described as being 5ft 11in tall of medium/large build. He has short brown hair and blue eyes. He also speaks with a North East accent.
He has various tattoos including ‘Angel’ on his neck, a bulldog on his shoulder and ‘Fordy’ on his left hand.
Ford has links to Cleveland and Lancashire.
Anyone with information about where they might be should call 101 quoting log number 1174 of November 24th.
Alternatively, independent charity Crimestoppers can be contacted anonymously on 0800 555 111.