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Search Continues for 2 Escapees from DYA

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The Department of Youth Affairs along with the Guam Police Department are searching for two male clients that escaped around 12:30 this morning from the Youth Correctional Facility in Mangilao.  According to a press release, residents who live near the facility saw two clients climbing on the fence and reported it to police. The supervisor who was on duty as DYA was contacted and conducted a headcount and discovered the two were missing. Officers on duty reported they found a metal pipe and a broken window in their cell.

The escapees are described as:

Client 1:

Chamorro-Caucasian

Male

17 years-old

5 feet 11 inches

140 lbs

Brown eyes

Black hair

Light brown complexion

Client 2:

Chamorro

Male

16 years-old

5 feet 6 inches

125 lbs

Brown eyes

Brown hair

Brown complexion

According to DYA these minors are not considered violent offenders.  An Internal Affairs investigation has been launched. If you have any information in regards to the whereabouts of these individuals, please contact DYA at 735-5022/3 or Guam Crime Stoppers at 477-HELP (4357)

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