Convicted killers at large from Maghaberry Prison
Two convicted murderers are on the run after going missing from prison.
The PSNI has confirmed that an "active wanted person investigation is under way" but did not specify the names of those they were searching for.
McKinley, formerly from Southampton, is serving a life sentence for murder and previously absconded in 2014 when he did not return from a pre-release work scheme.
No public appeals
Both McCabe, 53, and McKinley, 56, are listed individually in the "wanted persons" section of the DoJ website.
Each listing says the men have had their licences revoked.
The police have issued an appeal for information on "these wanted persons" and said they "take seriously the public's concern about prisoners being unlawfully at large".
No public appeals had been issued about their whereabouts, but the PSNI said that "in some cases issuing a media appeal would be counter-productive to the investigation".
It said the option to make a media appeal "will be kept under review" and that "there are a range of options which can be deployed in a missing person investigation".
The Department of Justice said that when a prisoner is unlawfully at large then it informs the PSNI and posts the information the DoJ website.
"The PSNI will lead the response in respect of informing and protecting the public, and returning the individual to custody.
"Each prisoner granted temporary release is robustly risk assessed.
"The level of abuse of the temporary release schemes is very small, the vast majority of prisoners abide by their release conditions.
"This was evident at Christmas when over 80 prisoners were granted home leave and all returned to custody."
Two other prisoners who did not return to Maghaberry prison since the beginning of January are also being sought by authorities.