NELSONVILLE, Ohio (WTVN) -- Two inmates from a southern Ohio jail remain on the lam after their escape over the weekend.
The SEPTA correctional facility in Nelsonville says Justin Stanley slipped away from the jail on Friday and Troy Byrd escaped Saturday.
Stanley, 25, was sentenced on a burglary charge in Fairfield County. He could be wearing a black shirt, blue jeans and black shoes.
Troy Byrd, 29, was sentenced from Champaign County on a possession of heroin charge. He was last seen wearing a blue hoodie with blue jeans. He has a tattoo on his neck.
A third escaped inmate, David Skeens, was arrested Sunday at a motel in Heath.
Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Stanley and Byrd is asked to contact the Nelsonville Police Department at 740-753-1922 or the SEPTA Correctional Facility at 740-753-5000.
(Photos courtesy ABC6/FOX28, which also contributed to this story.)