Texas prison inmates escape on Fourth of July

Two drug felons broke out of Texas' federal prison to celebrate the Fourth of July early on Sunday.According to the Federal Bureau of Prisons, Christopher Salazar and Arturo Campos Zamora, inmates at FCI Three Rivers in Three Rivers (Texas), were found missing just before 2:30 AM.Campos Zamora, 57, described himself as a "White Male" with black hair and brown eyes. He weighed approximately 152 lbs. Salazar, 27, describes himself as a "White Male" with brown hair and brown eyes. He is just under 6 feet tall and weighs approximately 260 lbs.NEVADA'S EXECUTION DRUGS EXPIRED AS LEGAL BATTLE CONTINUESBoth men were sentenced to time in the Western District Texas for conspiracy with intent distribution of methamphetamine. Campos-Zamora was sentenced for two-and-a-half years, Salazar for two-and-a-half years.FCI Three Rivers holds 176 male offenders. Minimum-security facility. This satellite camp is where Campos-Zamora escaped with Salazar.Fox News reached out to Federal Bureau of Prisons for more information about the suspects.CLICK HERE FOR THE FOX NEWS APPAnybody with information about the escapees is asked to call the United States Marshals Service at (361-888-3154).