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FAIRBANKS Two women walked away from North Star Center this weekend and are still on the loose, according to Alaska State Troopers.

Betty Ann Matthews, 29, of Barrow, jumped out of a window on the back side of the building late Friday nightand ran on the Parks Highway toward Fairbanks, according to a criminal complaint filed in Fairbanks District Court.

Matthewswas charged with fourth degree escape and violating conditions of release, and an arrest warrant has been issued. Shewas last seen wearing a black tank top, black leggings and pink Ugg boots.

Matthews was awaiting sentencingfor a misdemeanor fourth degree theft charge.

Roselynn Tritt, 28, of Fairbanks, walked away from the facility Sunday morning, according to a trooper news release. She was wearing a blue hooded sweatshirt and dark pants and was seen getting into a newer model black Ford F 150 pickup truck. Follow her on Twitter:ArticlesPopulation declines in Alaska, and Fairbanks, in 2017Kodiak Jack’s gets new name, new owners; bar still off limits to soldiersRolled tanker spilled 800 gallons of fuel, could endanger Tanana RiverTrove of photos shines light on life at Gold Dredge 8Fairbanks man killed, youth injured in two vehicle collision on Parks HighwayPublic Safety Report: March 8, 2018Fairbanks companies fear impact of Trump’s imposed steel tariffsRandy Smith students protest gun violence; school board discusses securityFairbanks man sentenced to six years for sexually abusing childNorth Pole couple tows trailer business into Alaska
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