Two convicts are on the run after a daring jailhouse escape. A 15 foot high fence lined with razor wire wasn`t enough to keep two felons from breaking out of the Morris county jail Sunday. 32 year old Jason Moses and 33 year old Rodney Brown were playing basketball Sunday afternoon in the rec yard at the Morris county jail. At some point, the pair managed to scale a security fence. Investigators believe they suffered some serious cuts while making their escape. A large amount of blood was found on the fence. Brown had been at the jail just a few days. He had recently been sentenced to 60 years in prison for smuggling drugs on Interstate 30 and was awaiting his transfer. The other suspect, Moses, is an old pro at escaping. As a trustee, he walked off from the jail a couple of months ago and was later captured. The jail staff didn`t realize the pair hit the road this time until dispatchers received an anonymous call three hours after the escape on Sunday. "The jailer on duty that was supposed to be with them in the rec yard was supposed to do a jail count coming in and going out and it appears that was not done correctly," say investigating deputy Robbie Gray. An internal investigation has been launched by the Sheriff Jack Morris and he says its likely the jailer in question will face disciplinary action. If you have any information on the escapees whereabouts, please call the Morris county sheriff`s department at 903-645-2232.