Officials said they are trying to determine if those cases are related to the recent escape by two convicted killers, the Orlando Sentinel reported. Joseph Jenkins and Charles Walker were arrested Saturday at a motel in Panama City.
Gretl Plessinger, a spokeswoman for the department, said seven inmates, including Jenkins and Walker, are known to have used forged documents to get out. Five were being held at the Franklin Correctional Institution in Carabelle.
Investigators said Walker and Jenkins paid $8,000 for the paperwork that got them a few days of freedom.
Law enforcement agencies are also trying to track down anyone who helped the two men escape and to live on the outside. Their families apparently believed the release was legitimate, and police said they are not suspects.
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