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Escaped prisoners look dramatically different in new photos released after capture

The Honda was found Wednesday, intentionally concealed in a wooded area near the burglarized house, Sills said.Tennessee Highway Patrol Lt. Bill Miller, center, speaks during a news conference held at a truck stop Thursday, June 15, 2017, in Christiana, Tenn.The officers’ deaths quickly spurred a nationwide search for the two escaped inmates described as “dangerous beyond description” and with nothing to lose.He waives his extradition back to Georgia. The manhunt went on for several days, ending after the duo reportedly tied up a Shelbyville couple, fled toward Murfreesboro and were eventually caught trying to steal a vehicle on Pruitt Road.Authorities say two escaped inmates from Georgia have been captured after a crash on Interstate 24 and a foot pursuit in Rutherford County Thursday evening. Rutherford County Sheriff Michael Fitzhugh said his deputies did not return fire and none of them injured.Shots were fired during the exchange, but no one was harmed, Sheriff Sills said. At one point, the escapees told the couple to make up a false story about what had happened “and threatened that they would be back if they didn’t”, he added.Jasper County Sheriff Chris Malphus later said that these reports were unfounded and his deputies were allowed to stand down.Rowe and Dubose shared a cell in prison, but authorities had said they couldn’t be certain if that is where they hatched their escape plan.The men gave chase for about 10 miles and traveled at speeds around 100 mph on Interstate 24, Det.Both of the suspects are in custody at the Rutherford County Sheriff’s Office. Then the two escapees, wanted for murder, fled on foot toward homes. The officers who spotted the vehicle called in other units, and a pursuit of the suspects occurred on Interstate 24, with the vehicles exceeding 100 miles per hour. Rowe is from nearby Lewisburg, TN.Over the next two days, there were several reported sightings, from a Family Dollar in Madison (that was later confirmed to be true) to a rest stop in SC (that turned out not to be them), but no concrete idea of where they were – or where they might be headed.The capture put an end to a multistate manhunt that lasted almost 60 hours after the inmates escaped Tuesday morning in Putnam County in central Georgia.The other prisoners on the bus Tuesday were taken to the Putnam County Sheriff’s Office and put on another corrections department bus. “So I’m totally grateful to everyone involved”.”Earlier tonight, with the assistance of our law enforcement partners in Tennessee, unsafe fugitives were captured and taken into custody”.A myriad of federal, state and local law enforcement agents had been scouring the state and the country for Rowe and Dubose, both serving sentences that don’t allow for parole.Kate Brumback reported from Madison and Atlanta. Rowe and Dubose were on a state corrections bus with 31 other prisoners.The two escaped Georgia inmates accused of killed two correctional officers were captured in Christiana.The slain Baldwin State Prison officers were Christopher Monica, 42, who was hired in 2009, and Curtis Billue, 58, who was hired in 2007, Georgia Corrections said.”. They took my auto”. He also was convicted of theft and identity fraud in cases from August 2010.Rowe and Dubose managed to elude police until Thursday.