POLICE today released pictures of four of the 11 men still on the run after escaping from Campsfield House, Kidlington, on Saturday.

A spokesman for Thames Valley Police said: "Details of the 11 outstanding detainees have been circulated to all police forces and officers are working hard to locate them. "All of those escaped had served a custodial sentence for a range of offences and were being considered for deportation."

The details of the four men released today are: Cuong Hung Doan, 26, from Vietnam. He is 5ft 7in tall, slim, with black short hair and brown eyes. He was imprisoned for three years for cultivation of cannabis.

Heardley Leon Benjamin, 38, from Jamaica. He is 6ft, thin with black short hair and brown eyes. He was imprisoned for four years for drugs offences.

O'Neil Anthony Wilson, 29, from Jamaica. He is 6ft 3in, slim, with brown eyes and has a West Indian accent. He was imprisoned for five years for drugs offences.

Ali Sabir Jabar, 28, from Iraq. He is 5ft 6in tall, slim, with black short hair and brown eyes. He was imprisoned for three years and nine months for robbery offences.

Police said the men were believed to have links with Bristol, Leicester, Lewisham and Birmingham.

Police officers across the country continue to work with staff from the Border and Immigration Agency to search addresses. Over 50 police officers have been involved in searching addresses across a number of police forces. To date, numerous addresses have been checked and police officers are continuing to follow up a number of intelligence leads.

Assistant Chief Constable Francis Habgood, from Thames Valley Police, who is co-ordinating the operation, said: "We have made good progress in locating the escapees so far with three arrested yesterday.

"I would urge anyone who knows of the whereabouts of these four men or who has seen them to contact the Operation Command Centre at the Border and Immigration Agency, on their 24-hour number, 0161 261 1100. Callers who don't want to talk to police officers and don't want to give their name, can call the Crimestoppers charity on 0800 555 111."

At 2.35pm this afternoon, a 29-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of arson with intent. He will be questioned by Thames Valley detectives this afternoon in connection with a fire at Campsfield House on Saturday.