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Dangerous Sex Offender Wanted by Chatham County Sheriff's

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Daniel Walker is wanted by Chatham County Sheriff's Daniel Walker is wanted by Chatham County Sheriff's
CHATHAM COUNTY, GA -

59 suspects arrested so far, Chatham County Sheriff's are hoping to make a convicted sex offender number 60.

Daniel Walker is 39 years old, a convicted sex offender, and someone who is now wanted by Chatham County Sheriff's Department.

"He was reporting on time as he was supposed to do, but he just stopped, and he kind of fell off," said Investigator Alicyn Whaley of the Chatham County Sheriff's Department.

Walker was arrested in 2008 for sexual exploitation of a minor. but last reported to sheriff's the beginning of this year.

Now on the run, investigators are afraid of what he might do.

"That is very scary for us as well as very scary for the public too," said Investigator Whaley. "You have no idea what this guy is capable of. He also has a history of family violence in the past. So he potentially could be very dangerous."

Daniel Walker is 39 years old 5'11" tall, and 295 lbs.

He was last seen on Savannah's Southside, but could also be in Effingham County.

If you know where Daniel Walker is, call Savannah-Chatham metro police at (912)234-2020.

"And it's important for us to work with the public to get him because he's an unknown factor," said Whaley.
 
Remember if your tip leads to an arrest, you could be eligible for a cash reward.

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