Six Native inmates escaped prison in Saskatchewan
Six Native inmates escaped from a prison in Saskatchewan on Sunday.

The men were being held at the Regina Correctional Centre. One inmate has since been captured but the five others, some of whom were charged with violent crimes, remain at large.

"We've got a pretty big country. They could be just about anywhere," said Royal Canadian Mounted Police Sgt. Doug Coleman, CBC News reported.

The five at large were identified as Ryan John Agecoutay, 25, Preston Clarence Buffalocalf, 22, Cody Dillon Keenatch, 19, James Joseph Pewean, 25, and Daniel Richard Wolfe, 32.

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