Urgent manhunt for two inmates after a jail break in Missouri

William Carter faces a first-degree murder charge; Joseph Latamondeer was held on several felony charges including kidnapping and domestic assault.
1:29 | 10/15/17

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by Tuesday morning. Tom? And now to an urgent manhunt. Authorities say these two inmates busted out of jail this morning. One of them currently facing a first degree murder charge. Adrienne Bankert on the hunt to find the pair. Reporter: Tonight, Missouri deputies on the hunt for two inmates seen walking the streets moments after a daring escape. Pemiscot county advising, they've had two inmates escape. Reporter: Authorities say William Carter and Joseph latamondeer brought out around 1:45 A.M. Surveillance shows them walking to the Mississippi river. They crawled through an air duct and gained access to a room where they were able to knock the lock loose on a door. When the alarm went off, they jumped over the fence and took off running. Reporter: Latamondeer was being held on felony charges including kidnapping and violent domestic assault. Carter, facing charges of first degree murder. Investigators say he purposely ran down his wife and another man. The community, unnerved with officers searching at check points throughout the city. There is a citywide surveillance system, and police are scouring it for clues. Tom? Adrienne, thank you. Now to the white house, and an ominous warning saying the

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