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Police seek suspect in threats

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Kentucky State Police in Mayfield seek the public's help in locating a man wanted for terroristic threatening.

State police began investigating a man named Richard Morris Nall, 47, in 2012 after a report that he'd been making threatening statements on the website Topix. Police say Nall made specific threats toward several people, including state police employees.

Detectives recovered evidence linking Nall to the offenses and obtained an arrest warrant, but Nall hasn't been located, according to a statement Wednesday.

In March, a man identified as Nall made threats against law enforcement online. State police believe Nall is in the south Graves County area or in northwest Tennessee. Based on statements Nall made, he's believed to be dangerous and should not be approached. 

Nall, who is white, is described as having brown hair and green eyes, weighing about 135 pounds and standing roughly 5-foot-7.

Police ask that anyone with information regarding Nall's whereabouts call the KSP at 270-856-3721 or dial 911. Callers can remain anonymous.

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