Aylesbury Prisoner Found After Going AWOL

Gowing

11:06am 15th June 2011
(Updated 4:42pm 15th June 2011)

Thames Valley Police say David Gowing is back in custody.

The 22 year-old went missing after failing to return to Springhill Prison in Grendon Underwood near Aylesbury after spending a day at work as part of his rehabilitation.

Gowing, who is serving a seven year sentence for GBH, is from the Netherfield area of Milton Keynes and still has links to the area.

PC Alan Nixon told Mix96: "Gowing is at an open prison and is on a programme that is preparing him for release."

After locating Gowing, TVP have told Mix 96 he is currently in police custody in Milton Keynes.

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