LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — Authorities are searching for a missing minimum security inmate after she walked away from a state park just north of Las Vegas, the Nevada Department of Corrections says.
30-year-old Carrie Crisp was at the Las Vegas State Tree Nursery at Floyd Lamb Park participating in a Conservation Camp when she left the premises.
Conservation Camps are for minimum security inmates who are scheduled to be released within two years, NDOC says.
At the camps, inmates are trained to fight wildland fires and they handle weed abatement, highway clean-up and other jobs when in the off season.
Crisp was serving 12 to 36 months at Jean Conservation Camp for Attempted Grand Larceny.
She was last seen wearing a blue button down shirt with undershirt, blue pants, black boots, and an orange Nevada Division of Forestry bandanna.
Authorities describe her as 5 feet 6 inches tall, 130 pounds with brown eyes and brown hair.
She has a star tattoo on her right hand, cupcake tattoo on her right foot, music notes tattooed on the back of her neck, a butterfly tattoo on her right breast, ROBERT tattooed on her stomach, and a lion tattooed on her right leg.
She has both ears pierced.
A re-take warrant has been issued.
Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Carrie Crisp should immediately contact 911 or their local law enforcement agency.