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A 22-Year-Old Woman Escaped From Prison In Edmonton & Cops Think She's In Calgary

Police say NOT to approach her.
An Edmonton Prison Inmate Escaped & Police Think She's In Calgary Area

The search continues. An Edmonton prison inmate escaped last week, on September 16 and has been on the run ever since, according to a Correctional Service Canada release. RCMP believe she may now be in the Calgary area.

Last Thursday at about 11:30 p.m. MT, Cierra Childress climbed over a fence at the Edmonton Institute for Women and escaped.

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Cierra Childress has escaped from Edmonton Institution for Women in Edmonton, Alberta. 

Correctional Service

Childress is described as being 22-years-old, 5-foot-8, and has black hair and black eyes.

Police have asked people to not approach her.

She was serving a 2-year sentence for numerous crimes which include vehicle and credit card thefts.

She was last seen in west Edmonton however according to Crime Stoppers, police believe that she may now be in the Calgary area.

Anyone with information on any of the incidents is encouraged to contact Calgary Police.

The best way to contact CPS is the non-emergency line at (403)266-1234 or anonymously to Crime Stoppers.

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