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“Two Prisoners Are Missing and Also Constable,” Sudbury Star. July 31, 1918. Page 04.

According to advices which have reached the Sudbury police two prisoners and a guard, en route from Iroquois Falls to the Burwash Industrial Farm, are missing. No trace can be found of any one of the three, and the last seen of the prisoners was at Sturgeon Falls, at which place they had motored from North Bay. The prisoners were in an intoxicated condition.

A telegram which reached Sudbury Monday night gave the names of the men as Stanley Martin, sentenced to three months, and Angus McDonald, sentenced to one month. They left Iroquois Falls last Friday morning in charge of Special Constable Pete Kennedy and were last seen in Sturgeon Falls Saturday evening in an intoxicated condition, without the constable.

Martin’s age is given at 22, weight about 158, height 5′ 8″, complexion light, short sighted, wears glasses, clean shaven.

McDonald, is 23, weighs 145 pounds, 5′8″ in height, light complexion, usually wears glasses and clean shaven.

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