A prisoner who absconded from HMP Sudbury in Derbyshire has been arrested in Derby this afternoon.
An officer saw Adam Hill in a car in Chaddesden shortly before 4pm and followed him, calling for back up.
Hill got out of the car and the officer lost sight of him. A dog unit and a police helicopter were sent to the area to help with the search.
He was found in the garden of a house in Wood Road and arrested.
25-year-old Adam Hill absconded from the prison on the 24th March. He was sentenced at Bolton Crown Court in December 2006 to an indeterminate sentence for wounding.