A convicted killer, who disappeared after being launched on licence, has been discovered.
Joseph Bagley, 66, was once jailed for existence in 1978 for the homicide of taxi driving force Timothy Hall in Maidenhead, Berkshire.
Bagley, who was once 25 when he was once convicted along a 16-year-old boy, was once arrested in Kent.
He was once launched from jail on a supervised licence in January.
He was once closing observed on May 12 in Maidstone after he failed to show up for his curfew.
Detective Sergeant Laura Hendy, from Kent Police, mentioned: “We want to thank everybody who shared our enchantment and assisted with our seek and would specifically love to thank our colleagues at Kent Police who secured his arrest.
“We carried out numerous enquiries to find and arrest him, working alongside colleagues from other forces, and he is now back in custody.”
Bagley prior to now went at the run in 1994 after escaping throughout an escorted house discuss with to an aged relative in Woking, Surrey, from Coldingley jail, Weybridge.
He was once recaptured greater than a month later in January 1995.