A teen-age Florida inmate escaped from county jail for the second time in six weeks, making a shirtless late-night getaway through a recreation area.
Accused car thief Yarnell Bagley, 17, slipped past guards at the Marion County Sheriff's Office Youth Detention Center around 11 p.m. Tuesday night.
The 5-foot-10, 160-pound inmate remained on the run Wednesday despite a helicopter and K-9 search of the area around the Ocala facility, authorities said.
The fugitive was wearing red pants and no shirt when he was spotted running from the jail. He had been arrested on charges of grand theft, auto theft and burglary.
Bagley bolted from the same jail on March 10, enjoying a week of freedom before his re-arrest. In that incident, the teen and a 15-year-old fellow inmate scaled a barbed-wire fence to escape.
Both escapes led to the suspension of corrections officer at the facility. Bagley was held in a jail that houses juveniles charged as adults.