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On The Run: Seth Voegele

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A man with a history of assaults is this months On The Run criminal.

Seth Voegele is only 23 but already has 14 convictions ranging from simple assault to fleeing.

Authorities call him slippery...

They've been looking for him since September.

Voegele got a suspended sentence for an assault that happened in March 2011.

He was to be on probation for two years -- that means following certain rules and being in contact with probation officers.

However probation officer Gary Masching says Voegele is avoiding him and is also committing more crimes.

Voegele is a suspect in an assault that happened earlier this month in Mandan.

Masching says,"We have reason to believe he is in the Bismarck area specifically Mandan. And because of his long history starting at a very early age that has an assault background, no less than four assaults, interfering with 911 call, drug charges. He's had his probation revoked, his parole revoked. So we have concerns for the safety of the community out there."

If you have any information on where Seth Voegele is contact the Mandan Police Department at 667-3250.

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