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Prison escapee caught after trying to buy Call of Duty

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A prison escapee has been picked up after coming out of hiding to purchase Call of Duty Black Ops: Cold War. As reported by KotakuClint Butler has been in hiding from British police since November, after fleeing Spring Hill Prison in Buckinghamshire, where he was serving a 17-year sentence for robbery and firearms offenses.

West Midlands Police spotted Butler and a friend in Birmingham city center in January and, after a scuffle, handcuffed the former prisoner. When asked why Butler was in the city center during the current UK foreclosure measures, Butler’s friend told police: “I came to pick up the new Call of Duty because I didn’t can’t stay locked out. ”

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Butler saw his sentence extended for 19 months after the act. “Why he decided to risk being sent back to jail by making the silly decision to come to town while in confinement with a friend to buy a video game will remain a bit of a mystery,” the police superintendent said. from the West Midlands, Nick Rowe. Butler escaped from Spring Hill opened the jail on November 28 and the public had been warned not to approach him. Officers were alerted to Butler and his friend when they suddenly changed direction after seeing them, and when pulled over, Butler gave a false name before attacking the officers. He was subdued with the help of local security officers and returned to prison. Activision recently revealed that owners of a 500 GB PlayStation 4 may “need to make room” to fit both Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War and Modern Warfare / Warzone on a single system. For more information on the subject, see our article on the increasing installation sizes of video games.

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Jordan Oloman is a freelance writer for IGN. Follow him on Twitter.

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