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Can I say,

(a) The mouse escapes into / to / in the bushes every day.

(b) The mouse escaped through the bushes.

(c) The mouse escapes from the bushes every day.
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Vincent TeoCan I say,

(a) The mouse escapes into / to / in the bushes every day.

(b) The mouse escaped through the bushes.

(c) The mouse escapes from the bushes every day.
All are grammatical.
What is the context?
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As an exercise in the meaning or use of prepositions, (c) seems unlikely, especially in view of (a) and (b). The bushes are a great hiding place for the mouse. He should feel safe and have no reason to leave. You usually try to escape when your present surroundings make you feel trapped or threatened.