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Inmate fails to return to Waterloo work release facility

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A Black Hawk County man fails to return to a work release facility and now the Department of Corrections wants to know if you have seen him.

Nicholas Toles has been serving time for robbery. He was transferred to work release after his parole was revoked last month. The Department of Corrections says he had an unexcused absence yesterday. This is just the latest in a series of inmate escapes from work release this year.

Work Release is a minimum security setting which allows offenders the chance to gradually adjust to the transition between prison and the community.

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