HALIFAX COUNTY, N.C. - Police are asking for the public’s help to track down a convicted murderer who escaped a North Carolina prison.
They said James Ladd left his job working at a prison farm in Halifax County Sunday.
Ladd had been working on a tractor, but officials found it abandoned.
He was convicted in 1981 for shooting and killing two men on a Yadkin County farm.
Police have not said why the double-murderer was being held at a minimum security prison.
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