TULSA - Two men, including a convicted rapist from Sapulpa, escaped from the Delaware County Jail early Wednesday morning.
Sheriff Harlan Moore says the pair apparently got through a window about 1:45 a.m.
He tells KRMG the two removed a metal grate and a pane of safety glass, then wriggled through a two-by-two foot opening.
One of the men apparently cut themselves during the escape, as blood was found in the cell and on the window.
Other prisoners notified deputies, and police got to the scene within minutes but the men had disappeared.
Pete Wolfe, 51 is from Pryor and was jailed on a complaint of attempted armed robbery.
Anthony Anderson, 22, of Sapulpa was convicted of second-degree rape and was on a suspended sentence, but was jailed on a warrant for failure to pay associated with that 2009 conviction.
He also has a burglary conviction from Craig County.
Both men should be considered armed and dangerous, and anyone who sees them is urged to call 911.
Sheriff Moore tells KRMG one of the men had a homemade "shiv" when he escaped.
Anderson has a tattoo which reads "boogey man" and a cross on his back, and a tattoo which reads "Lela" on his arm, according to Department of Corrections records.
Wolfe has several tattoos including lightning bolts on his chest and a woodpecker on his abdomen, according to Delaware County deputies.