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8/10/08-Winnsboro

Update: Escaped Mississippi Inmate Still On The Loose

An escaped inmate from Mississippi is still on the loose in East Texas. 

Saturday, police in Winnsboro made a traffic stop when Larry Quinn Young, 35 took off on foot.  Young was serving time in a Mississippi prison for conspiracy to commit burglary.  Police say he's about 5'9" and 140 lbs.  He has green eyes and brown hair.  He was last seen wearing a dirty white tank top and blue jeans. 

The suspect also has several tattoos on his arms and legs.  If you see him, please contact authorities.

Layron Livingston, Reporting. llivingston@kltv.com

 

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