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Inmate walks away from West Union work release facility

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Corrections officials are looking for an escaped inmate after they say he had an unexcused absence from the West Union Residential Work Release Facility. They say 35-year-old Bryan Keller had just been transferred to work release last month.  He's serving a 60-year sentence for First Degree Robbery in Pottawattamie County, Escape of Felon in Jones County, and Interference with Correctional Officer in Lee County.  He had been incarcerated since October 1995.  Authorities placed him on escape status Saturday.   He's white with blonde hair, hazel eyes, stands 5'10", and weighs 190 lbs.  He has tattoos on his upper right arm, chest, left hand and right hand.  If you've seen him, call police.

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