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Search Continues for Missing Prisoner Daniel Gee

Cleveland Police are intensifying their efforts to locate missing prisoner Daniel Gee, who escaped from Kirklevington Prison in Stockton two weeks ago. Gee’s disappearance has prompted a widespread search, with authorities seeking assistance from the public.

Search Continues For Missing Prisoner Daniel Gee

Timeline of Events:

  1. Escape from Prison:
    • On Monday, May 27, Daniel Gee managed to abscond from Kirklevington Prison.
    • CCTV footage released by Cleveland Police shows Gee at James Cook University Hospital train station on Tuesday, May 28, at 11:50. He is believed to have boarded a train bound for Middlesbrough at 13:27
  2. Mysterious Encounter:
    • Since the initial appeal, investigators have obtained additional CCTV footage.
    • A woman with a pushchair appears to have met with Gee on the platform of the hospital train station between 12:00 and 13:30 on the same day.
    • The two individuals boarded a train together, heading towards Middlesbrough, and then transferred to another train bound for Darlington.
  3. Separation at Darlington:
    • Upon arriving in Darlington, Gee and the woman parted ways on the platform.
    • The woman, still pushing the pushchair, left Darlington train station and headed towards Yarm Road and the town centre of Darlington.
    • Authorities are keen to speak with her and urge her to come forward.
  4. Further Leads:
    • Investigators have identified Gee boarding the 14:16 train from Darlington to Liverpool Lime Street on Tuesday, May 28.
    • His destination remains unknown, and authorities are appealing for any information that could help track his movements.

Appeal for Information:

Anyone with relevant information is urged to contact Cleveland Police by calling 101 and quoting reference number SE24098852. Alternatively, individuals can provide anonymous tips through the independent charity Crimestoppers by calling 0800 555 111 or reporting online at Crimestoppers’ website.

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