One of the teenagers accused of shooting a rising country music star to death in Nashville escaped from juvenile detention with three other boys, including another murder suspect, police said.
Police said almost 35 minutes went by before anyone at the Juvenile Detention Center called police.
Police said the teens were on a work detail when their staff supervisor left to respond to a fight elsewhere at the facility.
It took cops 35 minutes to realize the foursome had escaped.
"We are, as always, concerned for Kyle's friends who live there in this troubling environment and pray for their safety".
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The Metropolitan Nashville Police Department says in a news release the teens broke out of the downtown facility Saturday night and are believed to be armed and risky. Brandon Caruthers, 17, and an unnamed 15-year-old boy are facing armed robbery and gun possession charges.
They escaped by taking an elevator to the ground floor before exiting through a series of doors, the statement said.
Marsh is accused of murdering Charles Easley back in April.
The four teens ran out of the detention center at about 9:44 p.m. on Saturday, according to News 4. The department said it reviewed surveillance footage from a store in Clarksville, Tennessee, located about 50 miles northwest of Nashville, in connection to a possible sighting, but investigators later determined that it was unrelated.
ABC News does not normally name juveniles, but are doing so because police said they are unsafe individuals and have released their names and photos. If you see them call the Emergency Communications Center immediately at 615-862-8500.