Dubose and Rowe ran from the vehicle to the woods.
Nathan Deal said in a tweet that the fugitives were arrested following a auto chase in Tennessee. More info will be forthcoming.
On Thursday evening, WSMV reported Shelbyville Police said Rowe and DuBose tied up a couple inside their home and stole their black Jeep and guns. The officers who spotted the vehicle called in other units, and a pursuit of the suspects occurred on Interstate 24, with the vehicles exceeding 100 miles per hour.
According to Goodwin, the pair opened fire on two police vehicles and fled on foot after crashing near mile marker 91. The vehicle then crashed, the suspects went through a wooded area and were captured at a nearby home. He urged anyone who sees them to call 911 immediately.
The two convicted armed robbers, Donnie R. Rowe and Ricky Dubose, had been on the run since about 6:45am Tuesday, when their escape prompted a nationwide manhunt that drew a reward of US$130,000. The FBI had asked for the public's help.
Thirty to 40 minutes later, the camera showed them driving past in the pickup, Sills said. They're stealing cars. We know they did a burglary.
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A pair of escaped inmates from a Georgia prison accused of killing two guards have been captured in Tennessee, authorities said late Thursday. 'They've just murdered two corrections officers in a brutal fashion.
The two men are wanted for reportedly killing two Georgia state prison guards on a bus before fleeing in a stolen auto earlier this week.
Authorities say the men overpowered the guards, killing them with their own weapons, before fleeing the bus near Eatonton, about 70 miles southeast of Atlanta early Tuesday.
Sills said investigators now have nighttime surveillance video that apparently shows the two men between Madison and the quarry.
They left 31 other inmates locked in the bus with the two dead guards, and took the driver's phone. The Department of Corrections said Rowe, 43, has been serving life without parole since 2002, and Dubose, 24, began a 20-year sentence in 2015.
[READ: Departments send condolences after correctional officers killed] Officials said Rowe and Dubose overpowered Monica and Billue, and shot them both to death. Monica had been with the Georgia Department of Corrections since October 2009 and Billue since July 2007.
Protocol is to have two armed corrections officers on the bus, but the officers don't wear bullet-proof vests during transfers, Corrections Commissioner Greg Dozier said.