Police in Tennessee are searching for four inmates who escaped from a county jail by removing a toilet on Christmas Day. A statement from the Cocke County Sheriff's Office said six inmates were involved in the early morning prison break, but two have since been caught. A water leak behind a toilet allowed the inmates to climb out through a hole in the wall, the statement said. “The bolts holding the unit rusted out and there was prior damage to the concrete due to plumbing repairs,” allowing the men to easily pull the toilet from the wall, the sheriff's office explained. One of the inmates on the loose, David Wayne Frazier, is considered dangerous, police said. The other inmates have been identified as Eric Click, John Shehee and Harce Wade Alle.