And then there were none.
According to a late-breaking report from NBC News, convicted murderer and escaped convict David Sweat was intercepted near the Canadian border Sunday.
New York State officials say Sweat was wounded by a round fire by State Police but is alive and taken into custody.
The news comes more than three weeks after Sweat broke free from Clinton Correctional Facility, and two days after Richard Matt, 49, the man he escaped with, was killed by law enforcement.
More than 1,300 law enforcement officers were dispatched to the areas surrounding and including the New York towns of Malone and Duane Sunday, up from the 1,200 who combed the same area the day before. Officials had said that there was no evidence to suggest that Sweat was in the area, but nothing indicated otherwise.