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Most Wanted Man in America- Eric Matthew Frein


Police are looking for 31 year old Eric Matthew Frein of Canadensis.  He is wanted for the ambush killing of Cpl. Bryon K Dickson II and for injuring Trooper Alex T. Douglass.  Police say he is at large and considered armed and dangerous.  He is 6'1", 165 pounds with blue eyes.
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