According to law enforcement officials, the convicted murderer who escaped from a Pennsylvania prison 11 days ago was discovered on Saturday night with a different appearance, including a freshly shaven face.
State Police authorities claimed in a statement posted early on Sunday that Danelo Cavalcante was observed close to the town of Phoenixville, in the northern region of Chester County.
According to officials, the encounter happened either late Saturday or early Sunday. Authorities revealed still images of a guy they claimed to be Cavalcante from a video doorbell. The man in the pictures looks to be donning a dark baseball cap over a green hooded sweater.
After being found guilty of fatally stabbing his ex-girlfriend in the open, Cavalcante broke out of Chester County Prison in late August, according to officials. On August 31, he is claimed to have escaped the facility by “crab walking” up a wall.
Throughout the 11-day search, police have received claims of sightings, with the most recent news coming late Saturday night.
According to the statement made early on Sunday, “He changed his appearance.” “He is clean shaven and was last seen wearing a green or yellow hooded sweatshirt, a black baseball style hat, green prison pants, and white shoes.”
He was allegedly operating a “unknown vehicle,” which may have been white, according to authorities.
Authorities issued a warning that Cavalcante should be viewed as “extremely dangerous.”