Two Inmates Escape After Murdering Two Prison Guards

Two Inmates Escape After Murdering Two Prison Guards

Two Inmates Escape After Murdering Two Prison Guards

The FBI has released a description of the vehicle in which two Georgia inmates are believed to have fled after authorities say they killed two guards during a bus transport. Leaving the other prisoners in the bus, Rowe and Dubose carjacked a green Honda Civic and drove away after forcing the driver out, Sills said.

Police said Ricky Dubose (W/M 6'1 140 pounds) and Donnie Russell Rowe (W/M 6'1 181 pounds) are the suspects.

Putnam County Sheriff Howard Sills said the "grass green" Honda Civic was found Wednesday in a wooded area in Madison not far from a house that the pair had burglarized Tuesday. There was a gate between the officers and the inmates.

The sheriff was emotional as he recounted what he saw when he arrived on the scene.

Deputy Commissioner for the Dept. of Corrections, Rickie Myrick, said they had been cellmates for some time.

But questions remain: How did the pair get from the inmate's area through a locked door on the bus?

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Authorities said both men are considered extremely unsafe, Sills said during a press conference held at the Morgan County Sheriff's Office in Madison Wednesday afternoon.

Of the two, the tacky-tattooed Dubose will be easiest to find. Dubose and Rowe are considered to be armed and extremely unsafe.

He expressed frustration the two were still at large a day after the brutal slaying.

The reward has increased for information leading to the arrests of two escaped Georgia inmates accused of killing two prison guards. Both are being sought by law enforcement.

"I just told her (wife) to take her gun out of her purse, put it on the console of her auto, and make sure she's carrying it", said Burns.

"This is a very fluid, nationwide investigation", he said. The truck was stolen between 6 p.m. Tuesday and 6 a.m. Wednesday.

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"We are searching everywhere in America, ' said Sills".

The truck has damage to the right rear quarter panel, a trailer hitch that "in some manner has been cut with a torch", and tool boxes on each side, Sills said.

"My biggest worry is that they're going to kill somebody else", Sills added.

Law enforcement officials continue to urge people not to approach the men, but to call 911 if anyone spots them. All Department of Corrections facilities across the state were put on lockdown for the foreseeable future. "How they got through the locks and things up to that area I do not know". "It's a hard way to learn lessons, however".

Dubose has brown hair and blue eyes. He was convicted of financial identity fraud, credit card fraud, burglary by forced entry, theft by taking and entering a vehicle in Madison County in August 2010. He also had a robbery charge in Gwinnett County in that same month.

Rowe has been serving life without parole since 2002, and Dubose began a 20-year sentence in 2015. "He is described as a white male standing around 6'2" and weighing about 150 pounds. Monica had been with the Georgia Department of Corrections since October 2009 and Billue since July 2007.

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Led by the Putnam County Sheriff's Office, multiple local, state and federal agencies are assisting in the investigation.

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