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July 24, 2006

Terrell County --  A reward is offered for information leading to the arrest of an Alabama fugitive.  

Andy Hulett escaped from the Clarke County, Alabama, jail July 17, stole a church van and drove it to Terrell County where he abandoned it and stole a pickup truck. He was seen in Cordele last week where he tried to pawn three firearms.

Hulett is believed to be driving a red Ford F-150 pickup with Atkinson County tag ANM 0515.

The U. S. Marshall's office in Savannah says Hulett should be considered armed and dangerous. A reward has been posted but the amount has not been announced. H

ulett has bleached blonde hair. He is white, 5 feet, 11 inches tall, weighs 145 pounds, has brown eyes and tattoos on both arms.

If you have any information, call your local sheriff's office.

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