Residents worried about Native inmate escape
Residents of a small town in Saskatchewan are worried that Native inmates who escaped from prison might return.

Two of the Native fugitives from the Regina Correctional Centre are charged in connection with a home invasion and double murder in the town of Fort Qu'Appelle."It does make me scared, yes," Maryanne Pankiw, who lives near the crime scene, told CBC News.

Ryan John Agecoutay, 25, Preston Clarence Buffalocalf, 22, Cody Dillon Keenatch, 19, James Joseph Pewean, 25, and Daniel Richard Wolfe, 32, escaped on Sunday. A sixth man, Kenneth Iron, 23, was captured after the incident.

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