Crey apprehension teams aiding in the search for Cactus Man may stand down from alert. The subject was recaptured just a few minutes ago while attempting to escape from the Brickstown research facility via the rooftop. Team Sigma-B1 was instrumental in discovering the subject's escape route and preparing a tactical ambush for him. Each member of the team is to be commended.
The subject was not found to be carrying any of the data he reportedly stole from Dr. Chevalier, meaning he either destroyed it or hid it somewhere inside the laboratory. Through we suspect the latter to be more unlikely, two-man search teams are being assembled to comb the building, just in case.
Cactus Man has now been relocated to a maximum security cell inside the facility's lowest level. Research personnel report that testing on his molecular structure will continue shortly, just as soon as they figure out exactly how he managed to escape the first time and prevent it from happening again.
One additional thing which concerns us regarding this incident is the involvement of Dr. Chevalier and his account of what took place between him and Subject 3133. In his assault report, the doctor claimed his back was against the rear wall of his office when he was confronted by Cactus Man and attacked, yet his head injury clearly shows the blow that knocked him out came from behind. We have also taken note of suspicious activity during the time he was interviewing the subject. Namely, he deactivated the cameras inside the interrgation room on three separate occasions, each time for only a few minutes. Internal investigaors are being notified of this situation, and for safety, we are restricting this updated report from all staff presently at the research facility.