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U.S. Marshals Hunt Ariz. Escapee in Arkansas

August 11, 2010  | 

An escaped Arizona inmate and his alleged accomplice are suspects in a hair-salon robbery Wednesday morning in Arkansas, according to the U.S. Marshals Service.

A woman at Kut and Curl beauty salon in Gentry, Ark., gave a description of a couple that robbed her, and it matched the description of escaped inmate John McCluskey, 45, and his fiancée and cousin, Casslyn Welch, 44, said David Gonzales, a U.S. Marshal for Arizona.

In an effort to conceal their identities, both may have changed their appearance — McCluskey has dyed his hair black and has a black beard, and Welch dyed her hair blonde, U.S. Marshals said.

Read Full Story at AZCentral.com

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