18-year-old Brittain McAuliffe

Update: Central Point teen on the run after escaping detention center

Update (6/26/17 2:00 p.m.) – Oregon State Police say two prisoners who escaped from an Oregon Youth Authority facility near La Grande may have stolen an Oregon State Parks pickup truck.

Police believe Brittaine McCauliffe and Micah West stole the white Ford F250 at Emigrant Springs State Park.

The truck was marked with the state park emblem on the doors, with plate number E273876.

OSP said McCauliffe, who is originally from Central Point, was last seen at a pharmacy in Milton-Freewater near the Oregon/Washington border.

Union County, Ore.– A Central Point teen is one of two inmates who escaped from the Riverbend Youth Transitional Facility in La Grande Tuesday.

Brittain McAuliffe, 18, is originally from Central Point. He’s described as 5’10”, 220 pounds. He has tattoos on both forearms, one of which reads “Native Pride.”

Micah West, 18, is from Salem. He’s 5’11”, 155 pounds and multiple tattoos, including a derringer pistol on one arm and an eagle on his chest.

Oregon State Police is asking the community to watch for the teens and contact dispatch 541-664-4600 if you see them. Officers say you shouldn’t approach the teens

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