Okla. prison escape: Two inmates caught near convenience store

(CBS News) The search continues for two of the inmates who broke out of a jail in Anadarko, Okla., on Sunday, while the other two men are back in custody. Several state and federal agencies including the U.S. Marshals are now assisting in the search for Triston Cheadle and Anthony Mendonca.

The two men who were captured, Dylan Ray Three Irons and Prime Brown, were brought back to Caddo County jail after 30 hours. Their escape ended at a convenience store 20 miles away and surveillance video shows their last moments of freedom.

"They walked in," said the store's cashier Linda Harley. "We'd never seen them before. We watched them to make sure they weren't going to steal anything."

Police were watching too. They spotted the two going into the store.

"As soon as they walked out, the cops were there," said Harley. "That one just dropped his stuff here like that, the other one took off running, went down the alley, and the cops pulled their guns on him."

The men were being held for burglary, drug and weapons convictions and were about to be transferred to a state prison when they escaped early Sunday.

The inmates stacked two jail-issued foot lockers on the ground to access a ceiling panel above a shower. They used that panel to get to a pipe access area, which they followed until they reached a door to the outside.

Caddo County Sheriff, Gene Cain, told CBS News' Manuel Bojorquez that he wants Cheadle and Mendonca back.

"I want them bad," he said. "Any law enforcement that loses a prisoner, you want them bad."

Cain said this was not a spur-of-the-moment escape because loosening the panel's screws is not easy and they were probably planning this for awhile.

Deputies are checking addresses of relatives and acquaintances of the two inmates who are still on the loose. Repairs are already underway inside the jail, including welding those ceiling panels shut.