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Man with missing license blamed for break-in

LAWTON, Okla._A man with ties to Lawton is pleading with people to stop posting his driver's license on social media.

The photo of Samuel Duncan's license has been shared more than 7,000 times on Facebook. The woman who originally posted it said she found it in her home after a break-in and assumed he was behind the crime. Duncan says that's not the case. He used to live in Lawton, but now works in Monahans, Texas. He has no criminal record in Oklahoma and reported his license missing in January.

Duncan says he's tried contacting the original poster, but has not gotten a response.

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