Three Escaped Inmates Still Missing 60 Years Later

Three Escaped Inmates Still Missing 60 Years Later

US Marshals Are Looking for These Inmates 60 Years Later

( – On June 11, 1962, three men escaped from the maximum-security island prison of Alcatraz, commonly called “The Rock.” The bodies of these armed bank robbers never washed up on shore, leading investigators to believe they may have survived the journey in their makeshift life raft across the choppy Pacific waters of the San Francisco Bay. Now, authorities are still looking for the men and have provided updated age-progressed images of them to aid in the search.

This month, the US Marshals Service released three age-altered photos of Frank Morris, Clarence Anglin, and John Anglin, the three convicts who likely escaped Alcatraz with their lives 60 years ago. To craft their escape, the men reportedly planned for months and stockpiled supplies, like a homemade drill made from a broken vacuum cleaner motor. Eventually, they snuck away in the dead of night, leaving plaster dummies in their beds that guards found in the morning.

If they’re still alive, the men would be in their 90s and unable to use their real identities in their daily lives.

In 2013, the San Francisco Police Department received a letter allegedly from John Anglin, claiming his accomplices had passed away in recent years and he was suffering from cancer. While authorities couldn’t verify the letter, investigators still have hope they will one day figure out what happened to these three escaped convicts.

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