Indonesian police: 4 foreign inmates escape from Bali prison

Australian man Shaun Davidson has escaped from Kerobokan Prison

Australian man Shaun Davidson has escaped from Kerobokan Prison

Shaun Davidson, 33, from Perth has found himself the subject of a manhunt after he and three others allegedly escaped the notorious Bali prison on Monday morning.

Increased checks in the airport, port and bus terminals are being launched to apprehend the prisoners, who include Australian Shaun Edward Davidson.

Earlier in the month of May, about 200 prisoners broke out of an overcrowded jail on Sumatra island in May after being let out of cells for Friday prayers.

The tower above the tunnel exit was not manned at the time due to a limited number of guards in the prison.

Malaysian man, Tee Kok King, 50, is understood to be serving seven-and-a-half- years for drug offences.

"We are still working to chase them".

The tunnel was drained on Monday morning "for humanitarian reasons" in case the prisoners were still stuck inside.

"We allege that they escape through the underground hole", he said.

Iliev was serving a seven-year sentence for money laundering and another offence, while Said and King were serving 14 and seven years, respectively, for drug offences.

He said police believed the men were still in Bali and not far from the prison.

Authorities found a hold behind a clinic.

In May, 447 inmates escaped from the Sialang Bungkuk Prison in Pekanbaru, and government officials said they had fled during a riot at the prison sparked by bad conditions.

Police believe that the suspects are still in Bali, and near the prison.

"We conducted some action, as questioning some inmates in the same block with them and the prison guards on duty last night".

Ngurah Rai airport immigration officer Mohamad Soleh told Fairfax Media in April a year ago that a report was made of a foreigner staying in Kuta who was suspected of overstaying his visa.

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