Police believe Eray Aslan, 35, left the grounds of Dhurringile Prison last night between 6pm and 8.30pm and are calling on anyone with information to contact Triple Zero.
Police are searching for a prisoner who escaped from the Dhurringile Prison last night.
Investigators believe that Eray Aslan left the prison grounds some time between 6pm and 8.30pm.
Police were notified and a search of the immediate area was conducted.
Eray is 35 years old and described as 170cm tall with a solid build, black hair, brown eyes and of Middle Eastern appearance with olive skin.
Investigators believe that Eray has discarded his prison clothes and is wearing normal street clothes.
Police have released an image of him and believe he may be headed for the Broadmeadows or Roxburgh Park areas.
Dhurringile Prison is a minimum security prison for low risk offenders.
Anyone with any information about his whereabouts should call Triple Zero (000) immediately
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