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UPDATE: Escaped Miller Co. inmate captured in Alabama

ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

Update:

Miller County officials say 43-year-old Timothy Fred Hurst was captured just before 8 pm Saturday night in Texasville, Alabama. 

The Miller County Sheriff's Office, Barber County Sheriff's Office and Quitman County Sheriff's Office assisted in tracking him down.

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Investigators in Miller County are searching for an escaped inmate.

43-year-old Timothy Fred Hurst escaped from the Miller County jail around 2:30 Friday afternoon.

He was jailed on burglary and stalking charges in Quitman County.

Deputies believe he is headed toward Donalsonville, GA and they believe he will eventually go to his hometown of Clayton, Alabama.

If you've seen Hurst, call the Miller County Sheriff's office at 229-758-3421.

 

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