Minimum security inmate walks away from NH facility

CONCORD, NH (WHDH) — The New Hampshire Department of Corrections is searching for a minimum security inmate who walked away from the North End Transitional Housing Unit in Concord Thursday morning.

The inmate, 29-year-old Herbert Clark-Hoover Janvrin III of Rochester, left the facility around 11:30 a.m. to go to work. His employer called the facility and reported that he did not show up.

Janvrin was placed on escape status around 2:30 p.m. He is scheduled to return to the facility at 9:00 p.m.

Janvrin was described as a white man with black hair and green eyes. He is six feet tall and weighs 215 pounds. He has tattoos on his back, neck, both arms, left hand and left shoulder.

Janvrin was sentenced to one to two years in Rockingham County Superior in December 2014 for burglary. He was eligible for parole in October 2015, but was not paroled.

His maximum release date will be October 30, 2016.

The New Hampshire Department of Corrections Investigations Bureau and the New Hampshire State Police are investigating.  Anyone with information on the inmate’s whereabouts are asked to contact their local law enforcement agency or the New Hampshire State Police.

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