It was a call to 911 in Bedford County that eventually led to the capture of two Georgia inmates, on the run after the alleged murder of prison guard earlier in the week:
The couple, which have asked authorities to keep their names out of the media, told authorities Donnie Rowe and Ricky Dubose forced their way into their home at gun point on Kingree Road, near Shelbyville.
The couple was traumatized by the ordeal, after being tied up and having the suspects remain in their home for about three-hours. Even eating beef stew they'd prepared to eat:
It was the couple's tip and description of their vehicle, which the Georgia fugitives had stolen, that led authorities on their trail.
Rowe and Dubose are accused of killing two prison transport guards in Georgia, which led to the nationwide manhunt.
ENTIRE 911 CALL TO BEDFORD COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT (WITH IDENTIFIERS DELETED TO PROTECT THEIR IDENTITIES)