Watch: Homicide suspect escapes police custody in Las Vegas

A homicide suspect was able to escape police custody last Friday by twisting the handcuffs that were placed on him until they broke. He then removed a tile from the ceiling of the interrogation room and fled. 3 days later, he was recaptured by police officers and FBI agents.
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A homicide suspect was able to escape from a police interrogation room in Las Vegas after he twisted the handcuffs that were placed on him until they broke. He then removed a tile from the ceiling and escaped the room.

The North Las Vegas Police Department chief told reporters that the suspect, Alonso Perez, was still wearing leg cuffs when he escaped last Friday. The police detectives noticed that Perez was missing only 25 minutes after he escaped. Perez stole a truck from a nearby parking lot during his escape. The truck was eventually located a few kilometers from the city.

 Perez was on the loose for 3 days but in the end, police officers and FBI agents arrested him in an apartment. According to the North Las Vegas Police Department, Perez is suspected of shooting and killing Mohammed Robinson outside of a McDonald’s restaurant.

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