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Police looking for 2 high-risk sex offenders

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Authorities have lost track of two high-risk sex offenders who were released into the community under strict conditions.

Now, Winnipeg police are asking for the public's help locating Martin Louis Patrick, 29, and Christopher Edwyn Murdock, 47.

Both men are under long-term supervision orders after prior convictions for violent sexual assaults. They have now skipped out on their conditions and are considered unlawfully at large.

Patrick was named a long-term offender in 2008, after he was convicted of sexual assault with a weapon. It was one of a long list of prior offences. He is 5'6 tall and about 217 pounds, with black hair and brown eyes.

Murdock also has a long list of convictions for sexual assault, weapons and violent offences. He is about 6'0 tall, with black and grey hair and brown eyes.

Females of all ages are considered at risk.

Anyone with information regarding Patrick or Murdock's whereabouts is urged to contact the Manitoba Integrated High Risk Sex Offender Unit at 984-1888.

After normal business hours, callers can contact either the appropriate RCMP detachment or the Winnipeg Police Service at 986-6222 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.

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