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Police are appealing for information after two prisoners fled from a Kent jail.
Shaine Tester and Sean Horsley, both inmates at Blantyre House Prison, are serving sentences for robbery.
They were last seen at the Goudhurst prison earlier today before they failed to attend a roll call.
Tester, 25, is described as white, but with a tanned complexion. He is slim, with short brown hair and may appear unshaven.
He speaks with a London accent and has a lengthy scar on his right cheek which may look like a scratch. He also has a scar on his right arm which appears as a series of dots.
Horsley, 45, is white and described as slim, with brown hair and blue eyes. He may have his left ear pierced.
If anyone has seen either of the men contact Kent Police by calling 999, quoting reference 09-0743.
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