Police Close in on “Bonnie and Clyde” Fugitives in Montana

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Police continue the frantic search for the “Bonnie and Clyde” fugitives. The search has zeroed in on Montana.  John McCluskey escaped from an Arizona prison on July 30. Casslyn Welch allegedly aided three inmates in an escape. They were McCluskey, Tracy Province and Daniel Renwick.

Now McCluskey and Welch are on the run somewhere in Montana near Glacier National Park. They are wanted in the deaths of a Tecumseh, Oklahoma couple in New Mexico. According to CBS, the double homicide of Linda and Gary Hass landed the group on “America’s Most Wanted.”

Province and Renwick have been apprehended. Now, only McCluskey and Welch remain on the run. There is a $40,000 reward for the couple’s capture. Authorities have vowed to find the couple and bring them to justice.

Tourists in the area who are vacationing have not seemed to let the fugitives affect their rest and relaxation. The parks seem to be full, and many think that there is safety in numbers. Hopefully these “Bonnie and Clyde” fugitives will be caught soon.

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