TOWSON, Md. (WJZ) — Police took a prisoner back into custody after he escaped from the Baltimore County Detention Center in Towson early Saturday evening.

Police say Kyle Rogowski, 25, escaped around 6:45 p.m. by scaling a barbed-wire fence after allegedly assaulting a BCDC correctional officer.

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Kyle Rogowski Mug Shot (Photo From Baltimore County Police Department).

He was last seen headed southbound on York Road on foot wearing a green jumpsuit with a white head covering, police say.

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Police say Rogowski is likely to have suffered a visible injury to his hand incurred while scaling the barbed fencing.

Rogowski is described as 6’1″, 170 pounds, with two teardrop tattoos under his right eye.

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He has been held at BCDC since March on a non-violent charge.  Police say he will face additional charges related to his escape but did not release any details on where or how he was captured.

CBS Baltimore Staff