PRIME Minister Commodore Voreqe Bainimarama has urged the fifth prison escapee who is still on the run to surrender.
Commodore Bainimarama said yesterday that every effort was being made to catch 30-year-old Isoa Waqa.
"He will be found so I urge him to turn himself in," he said.
Waqa's four prison mates who escaped with him from the Naboro Medium Security cell block last Monday were recaptured at Uduya Point in Lami on Friday evening.
Tevita Sugu, Josaia Usumaki, Epeli Qaraniqio and Solomoni Qurai were caught on an island following a joint operation by the military, police and Fiji Corrections Services officers.
Commodore Bainimarama shared the community's outrage at the circumstances of the escape and the fear sparked by a series of robberies that followed.
"We will not tolerate any breakdown of law and order and especially our people being terrorised. I assure my fellow Fijians that these offenders will be exposed to the full force of the law," said Commodore Bainimarama.
The escapees went on a violent robbery spree in the Suva area after their escape and even robbed the Bank of the South Pacific's Samabula branch mid-last week in broad daylight.
Police are still questioning the four escapees who were recaptured on Friday night.
Meanwhile, recaptured prisoner Tevita Sugu's parents yesterday described him as a "good boy, a boy who took care of others."
"I cannot believe that my son who was such a good person did something like this," said Tevita's mother, Lanieta Rokotui.
She said Tevita was a person with a good heart and it was only because of the crowd he followed that he fell into a life of crime.
Speaking in the iTaukei language, Mrs Rokotui said her son was brought up in the Seventh -day Adventist Church community and was a selfless individual.
Mrs Rokotui also revealed that one of Tevita's brothers had been taken by police for allegedly assisting the five while they were on the run.
She said the family had tried to visit Tevita in hospital after he was recaptured but they could not see him.
Mrs Rokotui was emotionally distraught when recalling Tevita's struggles through life, one of which nearly killed him.
This, she said, happened when Tevita was hit by a car when he was in Class Two but because of his strong willed nature, he was able to get back up.
Tevita's father Isoa Kubunalagi told The Fiji Times that Tevita had dropped out of school against his wishes when he was in Form Five.
"I always wanted to see him get an education and achieve great things in his life but this was not to be," he said.
"Tevita was always a quiet man and he could have achieved a lot if he had not followed the footsteps of others into a life of crime."
Mr Kubunalagi said police officers had come and questioned them when Tevita was on the run but he had not had any contact with his son.
However, he did confirm that police had confiscated a fibreglass boat and outboard engine that he purchased for Tevita's younger brother.
He said officers believed this was being used to assist the escapees.