6 inmates at large after 12 escape from Yakima County Jail 03/24/2020 10:36 am PDT Comments Yakima Police Department via KCPQ: YAKIMA, Wash. (KCPQ) -- Authorities are searching for a group of inmates who escaped from the Yakima County Jail Monday evening. The Yakima County Department of Corrections says it happened at about 7 p.m. when the inmates used a table to break open a fire door and then jumped over a fence. A total of 12 inmates escaped. Six have been taken back into custody and six remain at large as of Monday evening, according to the Dept. of Corrections. Yakima Police are asking anyone with information on the inmates' whereabouts to call 911. MORE: Police search for 6 inmates after escape from Yakima County Jail - KCPQ #Escape #Fugitive #Fugitives #Incarceration #KCPQ #LawEnforcement #Manhunt #Search #Wanted #Washington Related Stories Deputy, social worker accused of inmate sexual assaults UPDATE: Nathaniel Woods executed after stay lifted Ohio corrections officer pleads guilty in assault of inmate Coronavirus halts Texas execution of inmate who killed family in 2009 Inmate admits killing child molesters, says warning to staff ignored Inmate escapes custody at Kansas City hospital Pennsylvania pauses new prisoner intake while prepping new facility Harvey Weinstein tests positive for coronavirus in prison Woman arrested after bailing out suspect with pot-reeking cash Waiting for your permission to load facebook comments.