Jail break. Five inmates escape.

Law enforcement is searching for five inmates who absconded from the St. Francis County Jail in Missouri.

According to the jail’s sheriff, it is believed that the escapees made their way out of the detention facility by using a plumbing chase on the roof. The inmates’ absence was noted at approximately 10:00 p.m. on Tuesday.

Subsequently, the inmates were seen on surveillance cameras stealing a dark grey 2009 Toyota Scion from the parking lot of the Centene Center in the Farmington Industrial Park. Notably, this occurred three hours prior to their absence being noticed.

One of the fugitives is Kelly McSean, 52 years of age, who was born as Larry Benboom. McSean identifies as a woman and is 5’9 and 180 pounds. Balding, with brown eyes, and dentures, McSean was arrested on charges of sexual assault against a 39-year-old female, as well as damaging property owned by the Department of Mental Health. Furthermore, records indicate that McSean is classified as a sexual predator.

Also among the escapees is Dakota Pace, 26 years of age and 5’9 and 150 pounds. With short brown hair, brown eyes, and a goatee, Pace has a small scar on his right cheekbone. He had been detained in the jail on several accounts, including theft and damaging a motor vehicle.

Aaron Sebastian White, 30 years of age, is another escapee. White has shoulder-length brown hair, and at times, wears it in a ponytail. He also has a full beard, glasses, and hazel eyes. He was initially arrested for a misdemeanor assault charge, which allegedly occurred at the Sex Offender Rehabilitation and Treatment Services Facility in Farmington. Additionally, White was charged with sexual assault against minors.

Lujuan Tucker, 37 years of age, is described as being 5’10, 175 pounds, with black hair, dreadlocks, and a goatee. He was jailed for sexually-assaulting a 12-year-old girl in 2003, and more recently for third-degree assault.

Lastly, 42-year-old Michael Wilkins is 6’1, approximately 170 pounds, with brown hair and is nearly bald. Initially booked for second-degree burglary and a probation violation, Wilkins is also among the wanted inmates.

The sheriff’s office requests that if these men are seen, people should immediately call 911 or their local police department. They further stress not to confront or engage them. The Toyota Scion they are suspected to be driving has a Missouri temporary tag on the rear of the car, but no front plate.