The Woodward News

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October 14, 2013

Officials searching for two escapees

Woodward, Okla. — William S. Key officials and the Woodward County Sheriff's Department were among law enforcement officers looking for 2 escpaees from the Fort Supply prison late Monday night.

The escapees, both white males, were last seen at the prison chapel at the 6 p.m. count, officials said.

The men have been identified as David W. Mackey and Dustin K. Flatt.

Mackey, 31, is 5-6, 189 pounds with brown hair and brown eyes. He has numerous tattoos on his chest and back. He was sentenced on drug charges from Pontotoc County.

Flatt, 31,  is 5-8, 196 points with brown hair and green eyes. He has tribal tattoos on his arms and shoulders. He was sentenced on grand larceny and drug charges from Love County.

Officails did not know a direction of travel Monday night.

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