Abuser with Mickey Mouse tattoo still on the run after prison escape

PUBLISHED: 11:07 01 January 2020 | UPDATED: 11:07 01 January 2020

Daniel Coe. PIC: Norfolk Police.

Daniel Coe. PIC: Norfolk Police.


Police are still hunting a man convicted of domestic abuse offences a month after he escaped from Norwich Prison.

Norwich Prison. Photo : Steve AdamsNorwich Prison. Photo : Steve Adams

Daniel Coe, 40, from Bury St Edmunds is serving a sentence for domestic abuse offences, and escaped from the Knox Road prison at about 9.30am on Sunday, December 1.

Coe is white, approximately 5ft 9in with short brown hair, and possibly a beard.

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He has a Mickey Mouse tattoo on his right upper arm and a Taz and Daffy Duck tattoo on his left arm and is likely to be wearing grey tracksuit bottoms.

Coe is known to frequent the Stalham, Norwich and Bury St Edmunds areas.

A spokesman for the Prison Service said: "We are working closely with Norfolk Police to recapture Daniel Coe who will face further punishment once caught. Absconds from open prison are extremely rare with only one in the four years to March 2019 from HMP Norwich."

Call police on 101.

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