Prison van attacked in Eure: “red notice” issued by Interpol to find fugitive Mohamed Amra

Prison van attacked in Eure: “red notice” issued by Interpol to find fugitive Mohamed Amra
Prison van attacked in Eure: “red notice” issued by Interpol to find fugitive Mohamed Amra

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The repeat offender, who escaped on Tuesday during the attack on a van transporting him in the Eure which cost the lives of two prison officers, is now wanted throughout the world. A red notice was issued by Interpol on Wednesday.

Fugitive Mohamed Amra, who escaped on Tuesday during the fatal attack on a van transporting him in Eure, is now wanted around the world. Interpol announced on Wednesday May 15 that it had issued a red notice to locate the repeat offender.

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“A red notice was issued at the request of the French authorities who are looking for the escaped prisoner Mohamed Amra, alias ‘La Mouche’”, specified on the social network https://twitter.com/INTERPOL_HQ/status/1790712852765958353 (ex-Twitter) the international police cooperation organization based in Lyon. Red notices make it possible to transmit to the network international wanted notices issued by the justice system of a country against suspects designated under the term “Wanted persons” with the aim of facilitating their arrest.

Mohamed Amra, 30, escaped during an attack with heavy weapons against a prison van aimed at freeing him, Tuesday at the Incarville tollbooth (Eure). Two prison officers were killed and three injured. The attack caused turmoil among prison officers. Several hundred took part in a “dead prison” day across France.

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The detainee had been the subject of several convictions and indictments in organized delinquency cases and was “very well known to the justice system”, according to Paris prosecutor Laure Beccuau. The latest conviction dates back to May 7, by the Evreux court “for a burglary” which earned him 18 months in prison. He was in pre-trial detention for other cases, including an indictment by the JIRS (Specialized Interregional Jurisdiction) of Marseille in a case of murder by an organized gang. During the attack, he was returning to the Evreux remand center where he was incarcerated after a hearing at the Rouen judicial court.


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