Transcript for First Images Released From Brazen California Jail Break
temperatures. Cecilia, thank you. Thank you. And to southern California, where three escaped prisoners may be hiding in plain sight. We have new details on how they slipped out of a maximum security jail. Here's Lauren Lyster. Reporter: Tonight, investigators revealing surveillance video from the jail in California. The flashes of light, believed to be the inmates. The FBI and U.S. Marshals, joining the desperate search for hossein nayeri, Jonathan Tieu, and BAC tien Duong. Two of them are in custody for attempted murder, and one of them for mayhem, kidnapping. I consider them very dangerous individuals. Reporter: The inmates, escaping their dorm-style cell by cutting holes through a grate, climbing through the plumbing, then breaking through five other secured areas. That's how they made it to an unsecured part of this roof, rappelling down. The inmates were last seen Friday morning at around 5:00 A.M. They weren't discovered missing for 16 hours, setting off a manhunt late Friday night. The focus now on places where the fugitives have family and friends. The family of the youngest fugitive, in disbelief. I feel like he was manipulated or tricked into doing this, you know? Reporter: Investigators say the plan was sophisticated and well-thought out. The FBI and U.S. Marshals now offering a $50,000 reward to find the missing men. Tom? Thank you. Still ahead, one man, and
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