One woman who escaped from Jamestown addiction center in custody

NEW INFORMATION:
One woman who escaped from the North Dakota State Hospital in Jamestown Thursday night is in custody.

Natonie Ann Decoteau, 33, was taken into custody around 8:45 a.m. in Bismarck by Police.

Valinda Belinda Jean Tyndal, 28, is believed to still be in the Bismarck area.

If you see Tyndal please call 911 and report your sighting.
Do not attempt to apprehend or approach the suspect.

Law enforcement is no longer looking for a black, Ford Mustang, bearing ND license JYF128

UPDATE: Two women who escaped from the North Dakota State Hospital in Jamestown Thursday night were spotted at the Dakota Square Mall in Minot around 2:00 Friday afternoon.

They possibly left the mall in a black, Ford Mustang, with a North Dakota license plate that reads, "JYF128". The two were heading in an unknown direction.

ORIGINAL: The North Dakota Highway Patrol is looking for two women who escaped from addiction treatment center at the state hospital in Jamestown.

Officials say Natonie Ann Decoteau, 33, and Valinda Belinda Jean Tyndal, 28, escaped Thursday night shortly before 9 from a fenced outdoor enclosure area at the facility. The treatment unit is funded by the state department of corrections and rehabilitation.

Decoteau was serving a sentence for a probation violation and unauthorized use of a motor vehicle and is considered an escaped inmate. She's described as being Native American, 5'5", 180 lbs, with short brown hair and brown eyes. She has ties to the Belcourt and Fargo areas.

Tyndal is under the supervision of the North Dakota Parole and Probation and is currently on probation for an escape that happened last year. She is described as a Native American, 5'3", 140 lbs, pink/blonde/brown hair and brown eyes. She has ties to the Bismarck area.

If you see either Decoteau or Tyndall, officials say do not approach them. Contact law enforcement immediately by dialing 911 or call North Dakota State Radio Communications Center at 1-800-472-2121.