Police said on Sunday a manhunt is still underway for three inmates who escaped from a maximum-security jail in Southern California. Orange County Sheriff Sandra Hutchens said that the men—identified as Hossein Nayeri, Jonathan Tieu, and Bac Duong—are considered armed and dangerous and should not be approached if they are spotted. Nayeri was charged with kidnapping and torture while Tieu was charged with murder, and Duong with attempted murder. The men escaped on Friday form the Orange County Central Men’s Jail by cutting through half-inch steel bars and plumbing tunnels before rappelling from the roof. Hutchens said authorities were launching an investigation into how the inmates were able to obtain to the tools to escape.