The hunt for the man who took hostages at the Hillary Clinton Presidential campaign office six years ago is over.
Leeland Eisenberg was arrested Monday morning after walking away from a minimum-security correctional facility in New Hampshire.
Authorities noticed Eisenberg was missing during a head count last night.
Eisenberg strapped road flares to his chest in 2007, claiming it was a bomb and held hostages at Clinton's campaign office.
In 2009, he was released from prison early but later violated his probation.
Eisenberg would have been eligible for parole in August.
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