Murderer breaks out of cuffs and escape from police station

Murderer breaks out of cuffs and escape from police station

– A man suspected of murder managed to break out of cuffs in interview room and escape through the ceiling

– He stole a truck and was only re-arrested after three days

– It took police nearly 40 minutes to even realize he was gone

Murder suspect Alonso Perez, 25, broke out of a set of handcuffs and escaped an interrogation room at a Las Vegas prison on Friday.

Murderer breaks out of cuffs and escape from police station

Perez was still wearing ankle chains and the broken cuff on his right wrist when he dropped back down from the ceiling into a hallway.

He then exited a door and stole a work truck that had been left idling in a nearby parking lot, police report.

Murderer breaks out of cuffs and escape from police station

Chief of local police said the escape involving broken handcuffs from a police interview room was the first in his 25 years as an officer in North Las Vegas. He also added they will learn from their mistakes.

Perez allegedly murdered 31-year-old Mohammed Robinson when an argument broke out in front of a McDonald's in North Las Vegas on August 27.

 

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