Transcript for Urgent search continues for Tennessee escapees
And there is an urgent hunt at this hour in Nashville and beyond after this newly released surveillance video tonight. Four teenagers escaping a juvenile detention facility. Two of them accused of murder. Authorities releasing this footage, showing the teens sprinting from the building. They're asking for the public's and tonight, new reporting on how they were able to make that here's Steve osunsami. Reporter: Juvenille authorities in tennessee are releasing these security camera videos of four teenagers seen here escaping from a detenition center in Nashville Saturday night. We had some youth escape from the juvenile detention center. Reporter: Even though they're underage, police are identifying all four. Two of them, 16-year-old decourios Wright and 17-year-old Morris marsh are accused of murder and were awaiting trial. Authorities say all four of the boys should be considered dangerous. The teens escaped during a work detail, when a security guard left a multipurpose room to respond to a fight. "In doing so, she left the four youth in the recreation area unsupervised," according to a report. As they're running out the door, you see two of them throw off their safety vests. There's approximate 35 minutes between them escaping and us being notified. Reporter: Several staff members have been placed on adminsitrative leave while authorities continue to investigate how this happened. All of the teens are still on the run. Steve osunami, ABC news, Atlanta.
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