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On The Run Capture

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A wanted criminal we profiled on our On The Run segment last month -- has been captured.

Authorities say the arrest of Travis Clark, Junior is thanks to the On The Run program.

Police got a tip that Clark was staying at an apartment in Bismarck.

That's where they found him at 5:30 Thursday morning.

Clark was wanted for violating his probation.

Back in June Clark pleaded guilty to numerous crimes including burglary and felon in possession of a firearm.

He was given a suspended sentence under the condition he complete Teen Challenge.

However authorities picked Clark up for DUI in December and he never went back to the Teen Challenge program.

Meanwhile... Authorities are still searching for Seth Voegele who was profiled on On The Run in February.

Contact your local law enforcement agency if you have any information on where he is.

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