Two prisoners have escaped from a jail in Mexico’s northern Sinaloa state by disguising themselves as prison guards. The two walked out of the prison’s main gate in Culiacán wearing uniforms. They were escorted by two guards believed to have been in their pay who also drove the getaway cars. Officials said Carlos Salmón and Julián Grimaldi were considered “highly dangerous” inmates and had been held in special cells to prevent them from escaping. The two prisoners managed to sneak past six security checks during their escape.