Russian Police Hunt Two More Members of Pussy Riot

Three were convicted of hooliganism and authorities say two more participated


Only days after three members of the Russian punk group Pussy Riot were convicted of "hooliganism" for an anti-government protest, police are looking for two more members of the group who also participated but got away, RIA Novosti reports.

Members of the all-female punk group wore hoods in February when they rushed to the altar at Christ the Savior Cathedral in Moscow and sang a profane "hymn" against corruption and Russian leader Vladimir Putin.