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Searching For A Suspect

Iowa Park police are looking for a man who escaped.

Officers had been dispatched to the 500 block of East Washington around 9:00p.m. in reference to two suspicious men.  One of the men was David Randall Duggins who was wanted in connection to an assault warrant.  The 18-year-old was taken to the police department, and during the process of getting ready to transport him, he got free and ran out.

Duggins is now facing charges of escape, tampering, or fabricating physical evident and assault on a public servant.

Police need your help to find him so if you have any information call Iowa Park Police at (940) 592-2181.

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