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UPDATE: Three people have been charged for helping the inmates escape, according to the Sheriff Department. Ana Ruiz, Yira Sauceda, and Elias Jimenez were all charged with aiding of jail escape. They have since been released on a $10,000 bond.

Jimenez, 21, was arrested by Louisiana State Police in Baton Rouge.

UPDATE: Antonio Reyes, Samuel Sims, and Hunter Wigington were captured in Baton Rouge, Louisiana with the assistance of the U.S. Marshals Service, the MS Bureau of Investigation, Louisiana State Police, and the Baton Rouge Police Department, according to the Alcorn County Sheriff’s Office.

Landon Braudway was captured on August 6. Police say he tried to flee the scene and fight officers but was taken into custody.

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Four inmates have escaped from the Alcorn County Jail in north Mississippi, the county sheriff’s office said Friday morning.

Authorities say the men cut a hole in the roof to make their escape in the early morning hours. Based on video footage, the inmates ran east toward the National Guard armory at 2 a.m.

They were identified as Landon Braudway, Antonio Reyes, Samuel Sims, and Hunter Wiginton

If anyone sees them, call 911.