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Skull-Face Tattoo Makes Escapee Easy to Identify

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Corey Hughes (San Joaquin County Sheriff's Office via AP)

By    |   Wednesday, 29 November 2017 06:17 AM

A skull-face tattoo should make for easy identification of an inmate who escaped from a California work crew on Monday, jumping the gun on his scheduled release in February on a weapons charge.

The San Joaquin County Sheriff's Office said Corey Hughes, 27, went missing from the work crew about 1:30 p.m. in an area near Interstate 5 and County Club Boulevard in Stockton, KNTV reported.

Hughes was serving his time at the San Joaquin County Honor Farm before he apparently walked away from the work crew, the Sacramento Bee reported.

The sheriff's office released a mug shot of Hughes and asked that people call the dispatch center at 209-468-4400 if they spot Hughes.

Many on social media found some humor, and some fear, in the inmate's ghoulish tattoo.

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