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A search is underway in Oklahoma for a prisoner who escaped from a public institution on Sunday and was found missing during an evening roll call, officials said Tuesday.
56-year-old Frank Logan slipped out Oklahoma Reform in Granite on Sunday when he was found missing while counting inmates at 6 p.m., the State Department of Corrections (ODOC) said in a press release. A spokesman for the agency said on Tuesday investigators were still finding out how he managed to escape.
Logan, who has been in ODOC custody since at least 1987, is currently serving several sentences, including 60 years for his previous escape from prison, the department said.
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The ODOC described him as a white man with “low-cut bald hair and a goatee.” He weighs about 200 pounds and is 5 feet tall 10. He has a known connection to the United Aryan Brotherhood and a swastika tattoo on his back and right arm, as well as other tattoos on his torso. He allegedly wears the pseudonyms “Tony Crisp” and “Tony A. Crider”.
Anyone who has seen Logan or knows his whereabouts is asked to call the Department of Corrections at the Refugee Warrant Office at 405-425-2570.