Police have arrested terror suspect Daniel Khalife in Chiswick after launching "intensive" searches of the area.
Officers located him just before 11am this morning and he is currently in police custody.
It comes after the Met Police confirmed sightings of Khalife after receiving calls from members of the public overnight.
Police in Chiswick had been stopping cars and asking residents for IDs this morning.
Daniel Khalife disguised himself in a chef's uniform (pictured) before changing into a black baseball cap, black t-shirt and dark-coloured bottoms
The terror suspect was believed to have escaped Wandsworth Prison wearing a chef's uniform on Wednesday.
CCTV footage shows the van that the 21-year-old had strapped himself to the bottom of driving down a busy southwest London road.
The former soldier held onto straps on the underside of the food delivery truck, however by the time the police pulled the vehicle over, he was nowhere to be seen.
He is alleged to have spied for Iran and was being held at the Victorian prison on remand, suspected of terror offences.
According to the Met, Khalife was sighted shortly after his escape walking away from a food van and walking towards Wandsworth town centre.
Officers will now remain in the Chiswick area and to carry out further enquiries.
Authorities issued a £20,000 reward for anyone who provides information.
The ex-solider was declared missing on the morning of September 6 and the police were notified within 30 minutes.
Officers will now remain in the Chiswick area and are planning to carry out further search activity there through the day
The Met previously released a picture of dark-haired Khalife, describing him as slim build and around 6ft 2in tall.
A spokesperson for the force said: "We urge members of the public in that area to remain vigilant and call 999 immediately should they see Khalife, or if they have any information that could assist the search.
"Whilst we advise members of the public not to approach Khalife if they see him, we still assess that he does not pose a threat to the wider public."