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 July 10, 2007

 Albany -- Police need your help to find a man they think carjacked a woman with a rifle. Dougherty County police say 18-year old Larahtis Cobb and two juveniles pulled guns on 29-year old Angela Coleman at Paradise Mobile Home Park on Holly Drive overnight.

They stole her Dodge Neon, ditched it on Wingate Drive, and ran into the woods.

Police say Cobb has a violent history. Right now, he's free on bond after an armed robbery at that same location.

"He's becoming more and more aggressive and I believe he's becoming more dangerous," said Dougherty County Police Lt. J. C. Phillips. "Before he kills somebody or gets killed himself, if anybody knows where he is they do need to turn him in, for his sake if nothing else."

Police are also looking for the juveniles involved. Anyone with information on Cobb's whereabouts or the robbery should called Dougherty County Police at 430-6600.

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