LIMA, Ohio (WDTN/WANE) – Two inmates, one a convicted murderer, escaped from an Ohio correctional institution Tuesday, according to the Ohio State Highway Patrol (OSHP).

One of the inmates, James Lee, 47, has been captured, however Bradley Gillespie, 50, is still on the run and is described as “dangerous.”

Lee was captured in Henderson, Kentucky just across the state line from Evansville, Indiana.

Henderson Police located what they believed to be a stolen vehicle occupied by the two convicts. When officers attempted to pull the vehicle over, a pursuit began. They say the vehicle crashed, and the two took off. That’s when they were able to capture Lee.

In 2016, Gillespie was found guilty of murdering Hannah Fischer and Frank Tracy Jr. in Paulding County.

Lee had been convicted in 2021 of burglary and other charges that spanned two other Ohio counties.

The United States Marshal Service, Ohio State Highway Patrol and the Allen County Sheriff’s Office are offering up to a $21,000 dollar reward for information that leads to the capture of Gillespie. Anyone with information is encouraged to contact the Findlay Patrol Post at 419-423-1414 or the United States Marshal Service at 1-866-4WANTED. If either escapee is located by the public, do not approach them and contact 911 immediately