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World Inmate drugs twin brother in brazen escape from prison

23:32  16 february  2018
23:32  16 february  2018 Source:   foxnews.com

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Peru authorities said Alexander Delgado drugged his brother and swapped places with him to escape from prison . (Peru Ministry of Interior). A prisoner in a Peru jail allegedly drugged his twin brother , changed into his clothes and walked out a free man, authorities said.

FOX NEWS - A prisoner in a Peru jail allegedly drugged his twin brother , changed into his clothes and walked out a free man, authorities said. Peru authorities said Alexander Delgado drugged his brother and swapped places with him to escape from prison .

a man taking a selfie in front of a window: Peru authorities said Alexander Delgado drugged his brother and swapped places with him to escape from prison. © Provided by Fox News Peru authorities said Alexander Delgado drugged his brother and swapped places with him to escape from prison.

A prisoner in a Peru jail allegedly drugged his twin brother, changed into his clothes and walked out a free man, authorities said.

Alexander Delgado was serving a 16-year sentence for child sexual abuse and robbery in a prison north of Lima when his brother, Giancarlo, went to visit him on Jan. 10, 2017, the Peru Ministry of Interior reported. According to authorities, Alexander drugged his brother and swapped places with him, then walked out of the prison.

It took investigators over a year to track him down.

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Peru authorities said Alexander Delgado drugged his brother and swapped places with him to escape from prison . FOX NEWS - A prisoner in a Peru jail allegedly drugged his twin brother , changed into his clothes and walked out a free man, authorities said.

Inmate drugs twin brother in brazen escape from prison Map of Piedras Gordas Peru. Feb.16. Peru: Alexander Delgado allegedly drugged his twin brother , changed into his clothes and walked out a free man.

The switch was confirmed by authorities, thanks to Giancarlo’s fingerprints.

Alexander was arrested on Monday in the port city of Callao after more than 13 months on the run. The Ministry of the Interior had offered a reward for information on Alexander’s whereabouts, which led to his capture.

Local media reported the inmate told authorities he planned his jailbreak “because I was desperate to see my mother.”

Alexander Delgado is expected to be transferred to a maximum-security prison in the southern highlands, BBC reported.

His brother was detained and investigated on suspicion of having collaborated with his twin. However, he was not charged and was eventually released.

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