'Considered dangerous': Murderer believed to be on loose in Kentucky after prison break
Corrections Center of Northwest Ohio

Two prisoners escaped from an Ohio prison on Tuesday. While one has been caught, the other – a convicted murderer – is still on the loose and considered "dangerous," The Columbus Dispatch reported.

Bradley Gillespie, 50, and James Lee, 47, escaped from the Allen-Oakwood Correctional Institution. Lee, who was convicted of burglary and safe-cracking, was caught in Henderson, Kentucky, after police chased a stolen vehicle and it crashed early Wednesday.

It is thought Gillespie was also in the vehicle but he has disappeared.

The Ohio State Highway Patrol and the Allen County Sheriff's Office are offering a $21,000 reward for information leading to the capture of Gillespie.

Gillespie was convicted in the 2016 murders of Frank Tracy, Jr. and Hannah Fisher, who were both shot in the head inside a Jeep.

Residents in the Henderson area have been told to lock their doors.