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Jeffrey Adam Dyck Escapes From Inmate Work Crew In Saskatchewan

03/09/2016 11:24 EST | Updated 03/09/2016 11:59 EST
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WARMAN, Sask. — Mounties are asking the public to be on lookout for an inmate who escaped while working with a crew at Saskatchewan park.

Warman RCMP say Jeffrey Adam Dyck, who is 30, was part of a nine-person work crew assigned to work detail at Pike Lake Provincial Park on Tuesday.

Police say employees with Saskatoon Corrections told police that Dyck escaped custody in a stolen vehicle.

Dyck is described as Caucasian male, six feet tall, 165 pounds with brown eyes and brown hair and a medium build.

He was last seen wearing an orange high visibility suit and may be in a 2000 blue Chevy 1500 regular cab truck with Saskatchewan licence 825 BNG.

Mounties say if people see Dyck, they should not approach him and call police.

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