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Police Search For Man Who Escaped Law and Justice Center

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BOZEMAN -

Police are still looking for the man who escaped the Gallatin County Law and Justice Center on Saturday morning.

Kevin Briggs, 28 was being investigated for sexual intercourse without consent and assault with a weapon involving a knife when he got away on foot.

Briggs can be described as 5'5", medium build, wearing a black or gray hooded coat with semi-white stripes, green pants and black shoes.

He was also wearing a belly belt with handcuffs and leg shackles when he escaped.

Briggs is considered dangerous and potentially armed.

Citizens should not approach him, but should call law enforcement immediately.

If you have information on Briggs whereabouts, you are asked to call the Bozeman Police at 582-2000.

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