LA Times — An inmate from Los Angeles County walked out of a minimum-support facility Monday afternoon at Pelican Bay State Prison, correctional authorities said.
Tore Digirolamo, 44, arrived at Pelican Bay in 2011 from Los Angeles County with a four-year sentence for second-degree burglary, according to the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation. He was found missing from his bunk.
The minimum-support facility at Pelican Bay is a 400-bed unit that houses nonviolent inmates outside the secure perimeter of the main prison.
Authorities described Digirolamo as white with brown hair and brown eyes. He is 5 feet 6 and weighs 193 pounds.
Located in Crescent City, Pelican Bay is designed to hold the state's most serious criminal offenders, a number of them members and leaders of prison gangs.
Anyone with information regarding Digirolamo is asked to call (707) 465-1280.