On Wednesday, the New York State Police released “progression photos” of prison escapees Richard Matt and David Sweat, showing what the fugitives might look like after ten days on the run. But police still don’t appear to have any idea where Matt and Sweat are hiding, and unless there is a break in the case, those pictures will soon need updating. To aid the manhunt, Gawker has produced a series of images showing what these dangerous fugitives may look like if they continue to evade capture.
On the left: Stephen Slevin in 2005, when he was arrested in New Mexico's Dona Ana County on suspicion of driving under the influence and driving a stolen vehicle (Slevin says the car was lent to him by a friend). On the right: Slevin in 2007, just before he was released after spending nearly all of two years in solitary confinement in the county jail.