Search widens for two missing Indian inmates

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Authorities have broadened their search for two Indian inmates who fled their work-release program in Wyoming.

Shannon Parazoo, 44, and his stepson, Alonzo Durgin, 28, walked away from the program on February 9. Authorities believe they were on the Fort Belknap Reservation in Montana, but as of yesterday, they might have moved on.

Parazoo is a member of an Oregon tribe and Durgin is a member of the Northern Arapaho Tribe. They are traveling with Parazoo's wife, Rose, and her two children. Rose is non-Indian.

Authorities in Idaho, Washington and Oregon have been alerted about the men, who are considered armed and dangerous. They might be trying to get to Oregon.

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