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Dogs pick up escapees' scent at gas station near prison
March 19, 2013 – 08:51 am

Clinton Corrrectional FacilityInvestigators were reviewing surveillance video from a gas station near the Clinton Correctional Facility on Thursday night after the escape of two convicted killers over the weekend, Clinton County District Attorney Andrew Wylie said in an interview with CNN.

Wylie said K-9 units picked up on the scents of David Sweat, 34, and Richard Matt, 48, at the gas station and followed them east toward Cadyville.

A Subway restaurant is located at the gas station, and Wylie said he believes the pair may have been trying to find food in a trash bin.

The search effort intensified in Cadyville on Thursday night as officials decided to use infrared technology to help them locate the escapees.

Cringle Road was closed to traffic Wednesday night because of the search effort. Trudeau Road and Route 374 were open.

Investigators said they've also found an imprint either from a shoe or boot, as well as a food wrapper in the area, one of the two sources said. They are trying to determine if this is an area where the escapees bedded down and how long ago they were there.

Residents in Cadyville and surrounding communities were urged to stay in their homes and lock their doors. Saranac Central School shut down for the day.

New York State Police closed State Route 374 east of the village of Dannemora to West Plattsburgh as they investigate what they called a "lead involving the escapees from the Clinton Correctional Facility."

Matt and Sweat escaped from the prison sometime early Saturday morning. Police sources classified the tip to the Press-Republican as their best lead by far. "We are close. This could be it, " police sources said.

While the focus appears to be in Dannemora and nearby Cadyville, those aren't the only places authorities are looking.

Hundreds of officers have scoured neighboring woods, looking "behind every tree, under every rock and inside every structure" for Matt and Sweat, New York State Police Superintendent Joseph D'Amico said.

They've searched farms, fields and woods in Willsboro after a driver saw two "suspicious" men run off during a late-night driving rainstorm. Then there was a turn toward Vermont because of "information that would suggest (that state) was discussed as a possible location, " New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Wednesday. Vermont state police vessels and troopers looked for the fugitives on Lake Champlain, which straddles the two states, as well as in nearby campsites.

Source: www.wptz.com
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