Escaped inmate found in Roanoke County

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HOLLINS, Va. (WDBJ7) -- Update:
The escaped inmate has since been found.

David Adam McFall was found on Pennsylvania Ave. and Elmcrest heading towards Roanoke City. Residents around the 5200 block of Hollins Road had been asked to shelter in place previous to his capture.

McFail is currently behind bars for armed robbery. He was not armed at the time of his escape, or capture.

Original Story:
A search for an escaped inmate is underway in the Hollins area of Roanoke County and police have locked down at least one business while the search goes on.

Authorities say they are looking for an inmate who walked away from a work detail in the 5200 block of Hollins Road, according to Amy Whitaker, the Roanoke County Police Spokesperson.

Thirty-four-year-old David Adam McFall is a man that is six feet tall, weighing 230 pounds with a shaved head, wearing blue jeans and may be wearing a white t-shirt or no shirt at all. Police say he has a Superman tattoo on his right forearm.

Police say he is not armed.

At least one business is in the area was put on lockdown just before noon Wednesday and was still on lockdown three hours later. One hundred employees work at the Ardagh manufacturing plant. on Hollins Road.

Anyone who has information should call police.