What the 2 Escaped Inmates May Look Like After 10 Days on the Lam

If David Sweat and Richard Matt think they can just grow some facial hair to hide from the nation's largest manhunt, the New York State Police want them to know the two escaped inmates are dead wrong.
It's been a week since Sweat and Matt, both convicted murderers, escaped from Clinton Correctional Facility in Dannemora, New York with the aid of a lone prison worker. And while the trail has gone cold — there have been no confirmed sightings of the escapees despite over 1,000 tips from the public — police released progression photos depicting what the men may look like after ten days on the lam. The photos, presumably created using age-progression software utilized by the New York State Police, show that the men's hair has grown a touch longer on top of their heads and their facial hair grew about an inch on each. They were built off of photos that were taken May 21, police said.
Sweat, 35, was serving a life sentence without parole in the killing of a sheriff's deputy. Matt, 48, was doing 25 years to life for the kidnap, torture and hacksaw dismemberment of his former boss.