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Man wanted for hiding marijuana in cemetery

AMERICUS, GA (WALB) -

Police in Americus are looking for a man they think stashedmarijuana for inmates on a work detail to pick up.

Americus Police discovered the marijuana hidden under aport-a-potty at Oak Grove Cemetery Thursday night after getting a tip.

They think DominiqueBanks put it there for inmates coming to do maintenance at the cemetery.

They also foundmarijuana in Banks' vehicle but they haven't found him.

They have a warrant forhis arrest.

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