Inmate on escape status after failing to return to transitional housing in Concord

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CONCORD –– A minimum-security inmate from Concord’s North End House Transitional Housing Unit has been placed on escape status after failing to return from his work shift Sunday morning, according to the New Hampshire Department of Corrections.

Andrew Parker, 39, was declared missing as of 10 a.m. on August 27.

He was last seen at a business on Loudon Road where he was assigned to work.

Parker is described as a bald, white male, standing 6 feet tall and weighing around 180 pounds.

He has a distinguishing devil horn tattoo above his left eyebrow. At the time of his disappearance, Parker was seen wearing a white t-shirt, black pants, black and white sneakers.

He also had a black backpack, a black hat and a light beard.

Parker is serving time for multiple counts of controlled drug acts prohibited. His minimum parole eligibility date is set for December 3, 2023, and his current maximum release date is December 1, 2030.

The Department of Corrections is urging anyone with information about Parker’s whereabouts to contact Deputy Chief of Investigations Jay Darrah at (603) 848-2569 or to call their local police department.

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