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Escaped Inmate May Have Struck Again, Stealing Car and More

Dasher still on the loose, may have committed more crimes Dasher still on the loose, may have committed more crimes
Car is similar to Volvo stolen in Twiggs County Car is similar to Volvo stolen in Twiggs County

The Tattnall County Jail Escapee Chad Dasher is still on the loose, and according to law enforcement, is still committing crimes.

 Dasher first escaped from the Tattnall County Jail on January 24th. Since that time he has been spotted in several different locations, including small towns in Texas and Alabama. But right now, Twiggs County Georgia authorities believe he's back in Georgia, and that he's committed crimes there.

According to the Twiggs County Sheriff's Office, they believe Dasher broke into a home there recently and stole several items including two different shotguns, a 22 caliber handgun and a television. The most important item stolen thought would have to be the car. Authorities think Dasher made off with the family's 1986 Volvo  DL. That car is gray in color and has a Georgia Tag, license number  BFZ 4594. They're not sure what direction Dasher might be headed, but they ask anyone who thinks they see him or this vehicle to call them or local police right away.

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