Escaped attempted murder caught hiding under bed


Attempted murderer Matthew Baker managed to break out of jail despite breaking his leg, reportedly jumping from a window.
Baker, 28, then dyed his ginger hair dark in a bid to disguise himself .
He escaped from jail in north London along with fellow prisoner James Whitlock.
The pair reportedly stuffed their beds with pillows to make it look as if they were asleep before cutting through the bars of their cells using diamond cutting tools.
According to visitors to the jail, they lowered bedsheets down to the ground and clambered down them during the darkness of night.
Baker has now been arrested after he was said to have broken his leg in two separate places during the breakout.
His partner Whitlock, 31, is still on the run.
Baker’s sister Kelly has been arrested and appeared in court over allegations that she helped him to hide following his escape bid on Sunday. She is also reported to have bought him black hair dye so that he could change his appearance.
Magistrates were told that police found Baker hiding under a bed in his sister’s house.
Twenty-one-year-old Kelly Baker appeared in court where she spoke only to confirm her name, date of birth and her address.
Another woman, 24, has also been arrested on suspicion of assisting an offender, although it is not clear yet whether that arrest was in connection with Baker or Whitlock. A 33-year-old man who was also arrested has now been bailed.
Baker was reported to have issued a warning to his enemies before he escaped, saying they should “be ready” for him.
Kelly Baker has now been bailed to appear at Blackfriars Crown Court on December 9. Conditions of her bail are that she must report to Ilford police station three times a week and must have no contact with Matthew Baker.
Police have now renewed appeals for any information to trace Whitlock. He was on remand after having been charged with conspiracy to burgle ATMs.
Whitlock is described as white and of slim build, with the name ‘Tracy’ tattooed on his torso.
HMP Pentonville is a category B prison, which opened in 1842 and holds more than 1,200 adult men.
The escape comes amid reports of chaos in the UK prison system. Just days before, a riot involving hundreds of prisoners broke out at HMP Bedford, causing £1 million worth of damage.

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