UPDATE: 1 arrested, 1 at large after escaping from Cochran Count - FOX34 Lubbock

UPDATE: Both inmates detained after escaping from Cochran County jail

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Refugio Lopez Renteria, 31 Refugio Lopez Renteria, 31
Fabian Duarte Bordayo, 28 Fabian Duarte Bordayo, 28
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Update 3:40 p.m. Monday: 

The second inmate, Fabian Duarte Bordayo has been apprehended, according to the Cochran County Sheriff's Office.

Update:

Refugio Lopez Renteria has been apprehended.

Inmate Fabian Duarte Bordayo remains at large.


Two Cochran County jail inmates escaped Sunday evening and remain at large, according to the Cochran County Sheriff's Office.

Sheriffs have identified the first inmate as Refugio Renteria Lopez, 31. He's described as a Hispanic male, approximately 175 lbs and 5'9'. Renteria was wearing a dark green jail uniform. He has multiple tattoos on his left arm, right arm, left leg, left hand and on his back. He was jailed on several burglary, theft charges, Evading Arrest/Detention and several other Traffic Offense, and Failure to Identify/Fugitive.

Sheriffs identified the second inmate as Fabian Duarte Brodayo, 28. He's described as a Hispanic male 5'9" approximately 180 lbs., black hair, brown eyes. Bordayo has a cross tattoo on his left arm and "Giselle" and "Amaya" on his left arm. Bordayo was wearing a bright pink jail uniform at the time of escape. Bordayo was also jailed for Unauthorized Use of a Motor Vehicle and Escape from Custody.

Both inmates were reported to have now changed clothes and are wearing brown t-shirts and shorts unknown color.

The Cochran County Sheriff's Office posted the following to it's Facebook page: 

 

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