Robert Laurin - Massachusetts - 1973 Dec 18, 2016 1:01:41 GMT -5
Post by HeadMarshal on Dec 18, 2016 1:01:41 GMT -5
Note: Photo on the left was taken in 1971. Photo on the right is an age-enhanced image depicting what Robert would possibly look like in 2001.
Aliases: Charles Laurin, Robert Palsa, Charles Palsa
Date of Birth Used: May 24, 1947 Hair: Brown
Place of Birth: Rutland, Vermont Eyes: Brown
Height: 5'10" Sex: Male
Weight: 170 pounds Race: White
NCIC: W682285992 Nationality: American
Occupations: Janitor, Cook, Laborer
Scars and Marks: Laurin has the following tattoos: a mermaid on the top of his right forearm and a heart with a banner reading "Mom" on his right bicep. He also has the following scars: a diagonal scar above his right eyebrow; a round scar on his right shoulder blade, a diagonal scar on the top of his right hand; a five inch vertical scar on the back of his right calf; and a vaccination scar on his left bicep.
Remarks: Laurin has ties to Western Massachusetts and Virginia.
Robert Laurin is wanted for escaping from the Massachusetts Correctional Facility at Norfolk, Massachusetts, on September 29, 1973. At the time of his escape, Laurin was serving a sentence of thirty to forty years after having been convicted on charges of assault by means of a dangerous weapon with intent to murder, burglary, larceny, assault and battery on a police officer, and assault by means of a dangerous weapon. A federal arrest warrant charging Laurin with unlawful flight to avoid confinement was issued by the United States District Court, District of Massachusetts, on March 11, 1992.
Based on crime location, it is advised to contact the Massachusetts State Police at 508-820-2121 if you have any information regarding Robert Laurin's whereabouts.
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Thoughts? Robert Laurin is among the wanted prison escapees in Massachusetts on their official website, however I was able to find his 2001 monthly FBI wanted poster through archive searches. Assault with a dangerous weapon and battery on a police officer are very serious convictions and Robert if still alive needs to serve the remainder of his prison sentence. It would not surprise me that during the past four decades, he's been living in a rural community somewhere in New England, similar to the life that Gary Irving was living.