Fourteen Inmates Escaped From Washington Jail.

Police told residents to stay indoors after 14 inmates escaped from the Yakima County Jail in Washington state.

Police told residents to stay indoors after 14 inmates escaped from the Yakima County Jail in Washington state.

The inmates broke down an exterior fire door using a table from inside an annex and later climbed a fence to the outside.

At first the Yakima County Police Department reported 12 inmates had escaped but later updated it to eight had been captured, and six were still on the loose.

Officers described the inmates dressed in green shirts, imprinted with YCDOC and dark sweatpants and could be barefoot or wearing orange sandals.

The six inmates who remain at large are: Fernando Gustavo Castenda-Sandoval, Hugo Alejandro Amezcue-Hernandez, Miguel Angel Chavez-Amezcua, Andrew Derrick Wofley, Tyrone Adam Mulvaney, and Neftali Serrano.