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Two Inmates Still On The Run After Escaping From Lake County

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The Lake County Sheriff's Department and Michigan State Police are trying to locate two men they're calling "walkaways."

The search continues after two inmates escaped, stole two cars, and were involved in two pursuits with State Police.

The two inmates walked away from the Residential Re-Entry Program in Baldwin in Lake County yesterday, and today, they're still on the run.

Police say Gregory Bradshaw and Kenneth Grauman says they managed to slip through a fence in the yard.

A neighbor saw them and called Police as staff did an immediate headcount. At the same time, a car was stolen and a Trooper tracked down the inmates, but they took off. They stole another car later and managed to get away again.

Police don't believe they're dangerous, but you should still keep your doors locked.

Gregory Bradshaw is 23-years-old, 5 foot 10 inches tall, 150 pounds with brown hair and blue eyes.

Kenneth Grauman II is 32-years-old, 5 foot 11 inches tall, 185 pounds with red hair.

You're asked to call 911 if you see them.

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