The escape, to say the least incredible and bloodthirsty, of a detainee in Eure, this Tuesday, May 14, was filmed by the surveillance camera of the Incarville tollbooth.

Around 11 a.m. this Tuesday morning, at the Incarville tollbooth in Eure, surveillance cameras and motorists passing by witnessed a scene of rare violence. A prison van was attacked. First by a black ram car, which later turned out to have been stolen, then by several heavily armed individuals dressed in black. The attackers fired numerous shots, killing two of the prison officers and seriously injuring the other three. Two of them were still between life and death Tuesday afternoon. The goal of this macabre operation: the escape of the detainee who was transported by this convoy: a certain Mohamed Amra, nicknamed “the Fly”.

Unfavorably known to the police and the justice system, Mohamed Amra was incarcerated at the Évreux remand center, from where he had attempted two days earlier, on Sunday, to escape by sawing the bars of his cell. Convicted last week of “burglary theft”, the prisoner had recently been indicted in more serious cases which would undoubtedly have earned him heavier sentences if he had been found guilty. Tuesday morning, he returned from Rouen where, according to BFMTV, he had been questioned in a case of attempted homicide. He is also indicted in Marseille for intentional homicide, in a drug trafficking case. This Tuesday evening, while the Épervier plan was lifted in the early evening, the search continues. Mohamed Amra is still on the run with his accomplices. The manhunt continues.