Search on after 3 inmates escape Lincoln County jail
CHANDLER, Okla. (KOKH) —
Officials in Lincoln County are searching for three inmates who reportedly broke out of jail late Thursday night.
The Lincoln County Sheriff's Office confirmed the escaped to FOX 25 Friday morning.
Officials say 23-year-old Brian Moody, 23-year-old Mark Robbins and 41-year-old Sonny Baker made their way through jail's ventilation system around 11 p.m. Surveillance video shows the inmates escaping through an air conditioner vent and leaving through a back door.
Investigators found shoes, a striped shirt and pants that inmates wear outside the jail.
The Sheriff tells FOX 25 the suspects are considered armed and that two vehicles have been reported stolen in the area. One vehicle is a two-toned gray Dodge pickup , which contained a loaded gun and credit cards.
Officers are searching for a gray 2008 Dodge quad cab pickup truck with a license plate that reads AFK030, as well as a grey 2004 Dodge pickup with a license plate number of 185FGR.
Those cards were used at a store in Midwest City around 3:15 a.m., where officials say Moody's sister lives.
Police are currently reviewing surveillance footage from the store.
Investigators say none of the escapees have a violent history and were all incarcerated on felony property crimes, mostly car theft. However, law enforcement officials are asking that if you see these suspects, do not approach and call 911 immediately.