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Belfield Police Search for Armed Suspect

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Belfield Police are asking for your help in finding this suspect.

These pictures taken from surveillance video help identify a man Belfield Police are searching for.

Sargeant Travis Carlson says early Thursday morning, this man stole a truck from James Oil Field Services in Belfield and drove it to the NAPA car wash.

Carlson says the man used tools on the truck including a sledge hammer and pick axe to try to break into a coin operated machine.

He was unsuccessful.

The suspect is described as being in his late 20's, bald, about 5'8 and has tattoos on both arms.

Authorities say in this picture they can see that he is carrying a large knife.

His vehicle should be easy to identify.

It is a dark blue Chevy Tahoe.

Pay attention to the light bar on top and the large cattle guard in the front.

Authorities say the letters FAA are in white on the driverside door.

If you have any information contact the Belfield Police at 701-575-4485 or your local law enforcement agency.

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