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LOXLEY, Ala. (AP) — Tracking dogs helped locate an escaped Alabama inmate hours after he escaped from a minimum-security facility in south Alabama, prison officials said Wednesday.

A Department of Corrections statement said officers arrested Clifton Debales Lang, 57, in Baldwin County on Wednesday morning with the assistance of a canine team about four hours after he was reported missing from a work release center in Loxley.

Lang surrendered without a struggle.

Records show Lange has multiple convictions for property crimes and was 14 years into a life term for attempted burglary in Mobile County.

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