Missouri woman escapes jail by pretending to be other inmate, report says

Ellen Renay Goble, 24, allegedly pretended to be another detainee and slipped out of the Randolph County jail on Saturday morning in Columbus, Missouri, local KMIZ-TV reported. 

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A spokesperson for the Randolph County Sheriff’s Department did not immediately respond to Fox News’ request for information and comment. 

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According to the report, jail personnel were notified by other inmates of Goble’s scheme before confirming that she had incorrectly been released.

Investigators are still searching for the woman, who had reportedly been detained on five unspecified charges at the time of her escape.

Goble has brown hair, brown eyes, is roughly 5-foot, 3-inches tall and between 110 to 120 pounds, the report says. Anyone with information pertaining to her whereabouts is asked to call the sheriff’s department at 660-263-0346.

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