Woman May Have Helped Murderers Escape, One Of Whom Is ‘Well-Endowed’ [Video]

The two prison escapees, named Richard Matt and David Sweat, might very well have had help with their great prison break, says ABC News. An unnamed woman who worked at the New York maximum security prison has already spoken with police and has been removed from her position at the prison.

The New York State Police released mugshot photos of Sweat (on the left in the above photo) and Matt in order to help the public identify the men. Meanwhile, the New York Post reports that 34-year-old Sweat and 48-year-old Matt are dangerous men who likely had help escaping in their elaborate manner from the Clinton Correctional Facility in Dannemora, New York.

In fact, the publication makes a shocking allegation that the female prison worker — who wasn’t a guard — might have been smitten with Matt, who is reportedly “well endowed.” The unnamed source that spoke to the New York Post commented on Richard’s ability to woo females.

“He has a way with the ladies.”

Not all sources were off the record when they spoke about Matt’s ability to get women. Detective David Bentley, a retired officer who nabbed Richard for murdering a North Tonawanda businessman in 1997, had even more to say about Richard’s man parts.

“When [Matt’s] cleaned up, he’s very handsome and, in all frankness, very well endowed. He gets girlfriends any place he goes.”

The whole escape is being compared to Hollywood movie stylized scenes, with Matt and Sweat likely using some kind of power tools left behind by construction contract workers to make their great escape. The clean cuts in the pipes and the noise the power tools must have made when the escapees used them point to the fact that the duo likely had help.

It was Saturday, June 6, when news about the daring escape broke.

Sweat, in 2002, killed a Broome County sheriff’s deputy.

As reported by the Inquisitr, there is a $100,000 reward for information leading to the capture of Sweat and Matt.

[Image via New York Police]