A convicted murderer is at large in Alabama after escaping a work-release center. Prison officials confirmed that Daniel Miner, 43, escaped custody while at a facility in Alpine, 40 miles outside of Birmingham. Miner’s escape was discovered during a headcount on Saturday night when his bed was found empty.

Miner is described as Caucasian, 5-foot-6 and 192 pounds. He is bald with brown facial hair and blue eyes. He was last seen wearing a white Alabama state prison uniform. He also has several tattoos, including “white power” ones, across his neck, back, arms, and torso. The Marshall County Sheriff’s Department is now working with state police to bring Miner back into custody.

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Miner had been serving a life sentence without parole for the murder of Edward Lee Williams during a robbery in Marshall County in 1994. His sentence was bolstered after he received a prison contraband charge in 2003.

Miner made his escape from the Childersburg Community Based Facility and Community Work Center. It is a minimum-security facility where inmates are sent to take place in various work-release programs. Miner had been given a “minimum out” custody level, which allowed him to take part in such programs while under constant supervision, as he was seen as not posing a significant threat.

Anyone with information about Miner or his whereabouts is encouraged to contact authorities at (800) 831-8825, or by calling 911.

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This is a representational image showing a crime scene tape in Alexandria, Virginia, on June 15, 2017. Getty Images/Mark Wilson