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THOMASVILLE, GA (WALB) -

The Georgia Bureau of Investigation is looking for a Thomasville minister charged with child molestation.

Kevin Harrison Jr. did not turn himself in at the Thomas County Jail after he was charged on Monday.

Harris is the Pastor of Life Power and Praise Apostolic Faith Church in Thomasville while he lives in Lowndes County.

"We suspect at this time that he's on the run, and trying to stay out of pocket so he can avoid being arrested, we're asking anyone, that might know him and might see him to call the GBI office here in Thomasville," said GBI agent Steve Turner.

GBI agents are asking people to be on the lookout for Harrison, and to call the Thomasville office if they have any information at (229) 225-4090, or call the Thomas

County Sheriff's Office or Lowndes County Sheriff's Office.

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