FROM social media posers to prisoners on the run - two Queensland women have walked from a low security prison farm to freedom in a brazen escape.
Tegan Simpson, 24, and Abigail Graf, 21, have been on the run since Sunday when a late night headcount discovered they had absconded from Numinbah Correctional Centre in the Gold Coast hinterland.
Graf is on remand for assaulting police and Simpson was in custody for receiving stolen goods.
Simpson and Graf are pictured on their Facebook pages partying with friends and pouting for the camera - before prison prevented access to hair products and makeup.
Graf is described as about 168cm tall and weighing about 61kg, with hazel coloured eyes and bleached blonde hair. She has several tattoos including one of eye and teeth on her left arm, the 'A' anarchy sign on her left-hand ring finger, the word 'death' on her upper left leg, a graffiti tag on her left ankle and one of the word 'life' on her upper right leg.
Simpson is described as about 163cm tall, weighing 48kg, and has green eyes and dark brown hair. She also has several tattoos including one of the word 'strength' over her left eyebrow, a rose behind left ear, a full sleeve tattoo on her left arm, angel wings on her right inner wrist, a bow on her right hand, a phoenix bird on her lower left leg, a crown on her right foot as well as a skull, rose, lantern, eye, ladies face on her right leg.
It is not the first escape from Numinbah Correctional Centre, a prison farm that houses around 50 women.
In 2015, a teenager serving time for joyriding in Darius Boyd's stolen $78,000 Audi was driven from the farm by her boyfriend. She was found a day later.
Anyone who sees either Graf or Simpson or has any information is urged to contact police or call Policelink on 131 444.
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