Philadelphia escaped prisoner spotted leaving home still in cuffs

U.S. Marshals in Philadelphia released new video Wednesday showing escaped prisoner Aleem Bourdain, who ran away from police at a hospital earlier this week, leaving his home in handcuffs.

Bourdain, 29, remains on the run after fleeing police at Temple University Episcopal Hospital, 100 East Lehigh Avenue in the city’s Kensington neighborhood, around 6:45 a.m. Monday.

The U.S. Marshals Service said Bourdain was seen sprinting from two officers through a gas station parking lot and then entering a home in the 2700 block of Hope Street.

Officials said the video shows Bourdain leaving the home about 15 minutes after arriving with a coat draped over his back to hide the fact that his hands were still handcuffed behind his back. . An unidentified man can be seen escorting Boudin to a gold Honda parked in front of him.

Aleem Bodhan escaped from hospital guards. US Marshals Service Philadelphia
Boudin was also seen leaving the house in handcuffs. US Marshals Service Philadelphia
Authorities are offering a $2,500 reward for information leading to Bodin’s arrest. FOX29 Philadelphia

Deputy Sheriff Robert Clark told reporters Wednesday that Beaudin is considered “possibly armed, dangerous and certainly desperate.”

“Throughout our investigation, we received information that Bodin had access to firearms, may have mental health issues, and may be a known drug user,” Clark said. Ta.

U.S. Marshals nearly arrested Bodin Tuesday afternoon after a tip led him to another home in the 5300 block of Columbia Avenue in Winfield. As officers converged on the platform, Bourdain slipped out the back to escape arrest and jumped off the 30-foot embankment of the SEPTA train, Clark said.

Police said Boudin was taken into custody last week on suspicion of stealing a car from a food delivery driver. Boudin complained of pain during the procedure, and police took him to a hospital for treatment, but police say he ran away after being discharged from the hospital.

Authorities are offering a $2,500 reward for information leading to Bodin’s arrest.



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