Cops are keeping an eye out for a Bronx man who was reportedly let out of Rikers Island a year before his released date.
Kimmanie Waisome, 23, walked into Rikers' Eric M. Taylor Center on June 12 with second-degree attempted robbery and fourth-degree weapon possession charges.
By July 15, he was out — albeit unintentionally. The New York Daily News reported on Monday that Waisome was let go from the jail a full year before he was slated to be released.
Two corrections officers were reportedly suspended after the bureaucratic blunder, and a supervising captain might face disciplinary action.
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The Department of Corrections was not immediately available for comment.
Police described Waisome as 6-feet-2-inches and 185 pounds.
Authorities are asking anyone with information to contact Crime Stoppers at 800-577-TIPS or to submit tips online.
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