Police believe the two men who remain at large after escaping from a northwest Arizona prison are traveling together in a silver Volkswagen Jetta.
Police are searching for the two convicted murderers after catching a third escaped convict early Sunday in western Colorado. Arizona Department of Corrections spokesman Barrett Marson says 36-year-old Daniel Renwick was caught after a police pursuit ended in Rifle, Colo., about 670 miles from the Arizona State Prison in Golden Valley.
Renwick was serving 22 years for second-degree murder when he and the other two inmates escaped Friday by cutting a hole in a perimeter fence.
Marson says the other two are believed to be traveling with a woman suspected of helping in the escape.
Authorities believe they're in a silver, four-door Volkswagen Jetta with the Arizona license plate 334 VAN. Police say the men bought the car, but didn't say how or where.
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