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Wednesday, 16 March 2016

A vagrant from San Francisco is to be given a prize of $100,000 (£71,000) for policing recover two jail prisoners who had gotten away.

Matthew Hay-Chapman had seen photos of the two criminals on the news and seen them in a stolen van.

They had broken out of Orange County Jail six days prior, starting an expansive manhunt.

The full $150,000 (£106,000) prize was part between four individuals, with Mr Hay Chapman getting the biggest offer.

Two workers of the Target general store will each get $15,000 (£11,000) for cautioning authorities after reconnaissance footage indicated two men acting suspiciously, authorities said.A Los Angeles man, whose van was stolen by the outlaws, will get $20,000 (£14,000).

He had publicized the vehicle on Craigslist and called the police to report a man who had not returned after a test drive.

Mr Hay-Chapman recognized the criminals in the stolen van beside a business sector in San Francisco and alarmed officers in the range.

Two of the detainees, Hossein Nayeri and Jonathan Tieu, were caught there. The third, Bac Duong, had surrendered a day before.

A taxi driver who was held prisoner for a week by the three men won't get any of the prize cash.


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