Police have arrested prisoner who escaped from Salisbury hospital yesterday. He was seen walking past Nunton Village, near Salisbury this evening and was arrested by Police and taken back in custody after a tip off from a member of public.
Police in Salisbury believe 30 year old Michal Kisiel’s escape from prison was pre-planned.
He escaped from guards at Salisbury District Hospital around 7pm yesterday while being treated for a head wound.
A prisoner who went on the run from Salisbury District Hospital yesterday evening has been re-arrested by police.
Michal Kisiel, who’s 30, escaped from prison guards at around 7pm on Tuesday 30th May.
He was arrested after being seen walking past a Day Nursery in Nunton Village, near Salisbury. The arrest took place after member of public called police suspecting they had seen the wanted man.
Officers arrested Kisiel safely and no injuries were sustained. He remains in custody and will be returned to prison in due course.
Police have received a large number of calls from the public with sightings all over the county and country unfortunately without any success in locating the prisoner.
Police believed that he had perhaps left the county but this evening a member of the public called at approximately 8.40pm. with a possible sighting which led to his arrest.
“I would like to thank the public for all of their help in finding this escaped prisoner. As much as we are able to use policing methods to find him, ultimately it was an alert member of our community who spotted the offender and proactively called 999. “It times like this when everyone pulls together to help us keep our communities safe.”
– SUPERINTENDENT FOR SALISBURY, SUE AUSTIN