Transcript for Chilling Warning About Escaped New York Prisoners
We have major new developments in the case of those convicted killers on the run, now believed to be armed and dangerous. Tonight, a new clue from inside that hunting cabin, much like this one in those upstate new York woods. They believe those cabins in the area had guns inside, and now fear those guns are in the hands of the convicts. And stunning new revelations about the woman, the prison worker accused of helping themes case. ABC's Linzie Janis is there again. Reporter: Tonight, as police comb these dense woods, a chilling warning about the escaped killers. Just about every cabin in the north country as one or more shotguns or weapons. They're extremely dangerous. Rrm police found their DNA on good in a remote hunting cabin. They also found a bloody sock and are hoping one of the men nay be injured. We don't want them to have a restful, peaceful night. Reporter: We're just outside of the search zone here, but you can see what officers are up against. This terrain is steep, it is dense, and you can sometimes only see just a few feet in front of you. Joyce Mitchell, who worked in the prison tailor shop, already charged with helping the killers escape. Prosecutors say she had a relationship with both Richard Matt and David sweat, and perhaps other prisoners, too. Eric Jensen, a former inmate, says he witnessed Mitchell and sweat flirting. Joyce would bring him things, like food, she'd bring him art supplies, colored pencils, tattoo inning that you weren't allowed to have in the jail. We used to call her his boo. Reporter: David, Joyce Mitchell has pleaded not guilty to helping the men escape. They are still out there somewhere. No confirmed sightings in five days. David?
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