Two escaped Native inmates captured in Manitoba
Two Native inmates who escaped from a prison in Saskatchewan were arrested in Manitoba on Tuesday night.

Cody Dillon Keenatch, 19, and Preston Clarence Buffalocalf, 22, were found in a housing complex in Winnipeg. Police evacuated the building as they searched for the men.

Two more inmates, Ryan John Agecoutay, 25, and Daniel Richard Wolfe, 32, remain at large. A total of six Native inmate escaped from the Regina Correctional Centre on August 24.

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