developing story, that jail break in the heartland tonight. A manhunt under way this ek oklahoma. You will remember last week two convicts walking free after using a forged document. Tonight four men... See More
developing story, that jail break in the heartland tonight. A manhunt under way this ek oklahoma. You will remember last week two convicts walking free after using a forged document. Tonight four men walking free after escaping through plumbing. Police say their bright orange jump suits helped them get away. Authorities thought they were in costume. Here's abc's ryan owens. Reporter: Tonight the long arm of the law caught up with two of the four inmates who escaped this oklahoma jail sunday. Officers spotted them at this convenience store. The cops swarmed up, like ten of them. We got outside. That one just dropped his stuff. The only one ran down the block into the alley. Reporter: Less than 20 miles from the jail where they made their well orchestrated escape. They have all the time in the world to think how to do things. Reporter: They gathered in a jail bathroom and unscrewed a metal plate above the shower and hoisted themselves up to a crawl space and snaked along the jail's plumbing system. At the end of those pipes authorities say the men had knocked holes in the concrete. They dropped to the ground floor and they walked right through that door. Out here on the street, a woman spotted those orange jump suits almost immediately. She called police but couldn't be sure if it was just some guys in their halloween costumes. But this was all too real. So was the one next door in arkansas back in july. This inmate dove through the jail's tiny visitation window and ran to freedom. He was eventually tracked down in florida and the sheriff here is confident soon all four of these crafty convicts will be back behind bars, too. Ryan owens, abc news, oklahoma.
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