Jean-Pierre Treiber, suspected of the murder of two women in 2004, slipped out
of prison on 8 September by shutting himself into a box that he had made in
a prison workshop.
The box was loaded on to a delivery van that took him away from prison. He
eluded police for more than two months, writing to the media to proclaim his
innocence and sending accounts of his days in a woodland hideout to a woman
friend. He was arrested yesterday in Melun, near Paris, along with three
others suspected of helping him in his flight. Treiber’s case was followed
with keen interest in the French press, which published grainy surveillance
photographs of the fugitive walking untroubled in the streets of a small
town near Paris as well as extracts of the letters to his friend.
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