The two Branchville prison escapees on the run for more than a week are back in custody. Their freedom ended last night in dramatic fashion just outside the Alcoa plant in Warrick county. Surveillance video shows 20 year old prison escapee Conan Helsley walking into Ryans Ace Hardware in Newburgh Tuesday just after six. "We asked the cashiers and the staff. They said someone had been in a pair of camouflage pants and wanted to use the phone." Owner Tim Ryan says it wasnt an unusual request for a customer. "They said it sounded like he had asked for a female. They were at the register and he was here using the phone." But when the Warrick County Sheriffs Department showed up a few minutes later acting on a tip.. Ryan learned that his customer was one of two Branchville inmates on the run for more than 11 days. "We try to do what we can to accommodate our customer, didnt know who the customer was in this case." By the time police arrived though Helsley had already left the store. But was quickly spotted getting into a car in Schnucks parking lot on Bell Oaks Road. This began a high speed chase near Sharon Road at State Road 61. Ending on state road 66 after Helsley crashed into a vehicle. "We really believed that Helsley was by himself. It was a surprise when we pulled Helsley out of the vehicle, thats when we spotted Day." Indiana State Police Sgt. Todd Ringle says through their investigation theyve learned the escapees had been mostly Madisonville. Believing that Helsley, serving time for a robbery, and 45 year old Kent Day, a convicted murder, were in Newburgh looking for money. "Both of them had multiple layers of clothing on basically to try to stay fairly warm because theyre sleeping out in the elements. They had no cash, they were basically having a ruff time outside of prison." But now theyre back inside of maximum security at the Wabash Valley Correctional Facility in Carlisle. Adding up to 8 years to their prison sentence for crime of escaping. Now whether the men will face additional charges for the stolen car and resisting law enforcement is still up in the air.