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'Escaped' prisoners Shaine Tester and Sean Horsley from Blantyre House in Goudhurst charged after robbery manhunt in Sevenoaks and Tonbridge

11 July 2014
by Annabel Rusbridge-Thomas

Two prisoners have been charged today after allegedly going on the run from a Kent jail.

Shaine Tester, 25, and 45-year-old Sean Horsley went missing on Wednesday while serving sentences for robbery at Blantyre House in Goudhurst.

The pair were arrested on suspicion of being unlawfully at large and in connection with a robbery in Sevenoaks on Thursday July 10, and have now been charged by police.

Prisoners Shaine Tester, left, and Sean Horsley

Prisoners Shaine Tester, left, and Sean Horsley

Tester was charged with escaping from lawful custody, robbery, possession of an imitation firearm, possession of an offensive weapon and making threats to kill a police officer.

Horsley was charged with escaping from lawful custody, robbery, possession of an imitation firearm and possession of an offensive weapon. 

Kent Police have been called to Tonbridge train station. Picture @lovelace1958

Police were called to Tonbridge station. Picture: @lovelace1958

Kent Police have been arriving at Tonbridge train station. Picture @lovelace1958

Kent Police officers at Tonbridge station. Picture: @lovelace1958

Officers were called out just before 10am to reports of the attack in Sevenoaks on Wednesday.

 

 

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