Video: Escaped Inmates Arrive Back in Orange County, Are Escorted Back Into Jail

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One day after they were captured in San Francisco, the two remaining escaped inmates were taken back to a Santa Ana jail on Sunday morning, according to the Orange County Sheriff's Department.

Jonathan Tieu and Hossein Nayeri are escorted back into an O.C. jail on Jan. 31, 2016. (Credit: Orange County Sheriff's Department)

Jonathan Tieu and Hossein Nayeri are escorted back into an O.C. jail on Jan. 31, 2016. (Credit: Orange County Sheriff's Department)

Jonathan Tieu and Hossein Nayeri arrived back at the Orange County Central Men's Jail around 1 a.m., nearly nine days after they escaped with a third inmate from the maximum-security facility.

Hours later, the Sheriff's Department released video of the pair being escorted back into the jail.

Nayeri, 37, and Tieu, 20, were captured on Saturday by the San Francisco Police Department shortly before 9 a.m. in the Park District, according to authorities.

A civilian had flagged down San Francisco police officers to report a suspicious person and vehicle in a parking lot near a Whole Foods Market, Sheriff Sandra Hutchens said at a news conference following the arrests of the escaped pair.

Police apprehended Nayeri after a short foot pursuit. Tieu, who officers found hiding inside the van, was taken into custody with incident a short time later.

Both men were first taken to the San Francisco County Jail before they were transferred later that day back to Southern California.

Their capture followed an eight-day manhunt for Nayeri, Tieu and 43-year-old Bac Duong.

The third escapee surrendered to authorities in Santa Ana on Thursday. Audio of the 911 call that led to Duong being taken into custody was released by the Sheriff's Department early Sunday afternoon.

"I'm calling about Bac Duong," a woman tells a dispatcher in the recorded call. "I have him here. He is ready to turn himself in."

The dispatcher responds: "I'm sorry, who is ready to turn himself in?"

Bac Duong, Hossein Nayeri, and Jonathan Tieu, left to right, are shown in photos released by OCSD.

Bac Duong, Hossein Nayeri, and Jonathan Tieu, left to right, are shown in photos released by OCSD.

"Bac Duong, B-A-C. The three inmates that escaped. I have one of them here," the caller says. "He just came here. He said he scared to turn himself in, so he asked me to call."

The woman then turns the call over to a man, who tells the dispatcher that Duong is "not armed or anything. He just wants to turn himself in peacefully."

The dispatcher asks the man to tell the escapee "not to be afraid, we appreciate that he's turning himself in," and adds: "But I need him to understand that I have a lot of police officers on the way, and … when he sees them, I'm going to need him probably to keep his hands up."

The man later informs the dispatcher that authorities have arrived and placed Duong in handcuffs.

The trio broke out of the Men's Central Jail on Jan. 22 after hatching, over a period of weeks or possibly months, an elaborate escape plan, according to the Sheriff's Department.

They used tools to cut through metal and rebar, climbed into a plumbing tunnel, and rappelled down the side of the multistory facility with a makeshift rope from the multistory facility's roof.

While they were on the run, the Orange County District's Attorney's Office them each with an additional charge related to the escape.

It was unknown when the three men were due in court.

One woman arrested in connection with the case was scheduled to be arraigned on Monday. Nooshafarin Ravaghi, an English as a second language at the jail, is accused of aiding the men in the escape by providing planning tools, including Google Earth images of the facility, according to the Sheriff's Department.

KTLA's John A. Moreno contributed to this report.