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Police look for aggravated battery suspect

April 21, 2006

Albany-- Albany Police need your help to find a man they say stole from and assaulted an elderly woman.

Investigators say last Saturday, 49-year-old Carl Louis Hall, Jr asked the woman for money for food in the 900 block of West Residence.

She gave it to him but he later came back, broke in and stole checks from her home. They say Hall forged two checks at the main Albany Bank and Trust branch on Meredyth Drive.

Friday, he went back to the woman's home and told her not to talk to police and threw an unknown liquid in her face and stole more items from her home. As of Friday night, the woman still wasn't able to see from one eye.

Police say Hall is dangerous. He's charged with aggravated battery, burglary, and forgery. If you have any information on Hall's whereabouts, call Albany Police.

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