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Three Inmates Flee From Ft. Supply Prison
02/08/2010

FORT SUPPLY, Okla. (AP) - Authorities in northeast Oklahoma are looking for three men who escaped from a state prison at Fort Supply.

Officials said the trio escaped Friday night from the William S. Key Correctional Center at Fort Supply.

The escapees were identified by warden's assistant Linda Eike as 20-year-old Dennis W. Finch, 22-year-old Jake D. Trout and 20-year-old Christopher D. Hibl. She said they escaped about 10:15 p.m.

Jenny Colliston, dispatcher with the Woodward County sheriff's office, said Saturday that a residence near Fargo, south of Fort Supply, was broken into and some guns and clothing were taken. She said authorities believe the escapees are now armed and dangerous, and that at least 1 of them has changed out of his inmate's uniform. The three are believed to be traveling on foot, she said.

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