A convicted killer who absconded from an open prison block in Worcestershire has been arrested.
Nicholas Cole, one of three prisoners who disappeared from HMP Hewell near Redditch in June, has now been returned to prison under closed conditions.
West Mercia Police said Cole, from Coventry, was detained by Lincolnshire Police on Tuesday following a road accident.
Cole, 32, and two other inmates were discovered missing during a roll call on the morning of Sunday June 7. He was serving life for the murder and manslaughter of two men in a Coventry nightclub in October 1995.
Cole is the second of the three prisoners who absconded to be traced.
Thomas Maloney, 33, who is also from Coventry, returned of his own accord on July 3 and has also been moved to closed conditions. Terry Lowe, 24, from the Plumstead area of London, is still missing.
Detective Inspector Jon Marsden, from West Mercia Police, said: "We have interviewed Cole about his disappearance from HMP Hewell and any involvement he may have had with the other prisoners who absconded on the same day.
"We have also made sure that the victims' families and other relevant parties are kept updated and have reassured them that we are doing everything we can to locate the outstanding prisoner, Terry Lowe.
"We would urge anyone who has seen him since he went missing on June 7 or who has information on his current whereabouts to get in touch."
Anyone with information should call West Mercia Police on 0300 333 3000 or the Crimestoppers hotline on 0800 555 111.