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WANTED: Lawton Police looking for missing inmate

(Source Lawton Police Department) (Source Lawton Police Department)
(Source Lawton Police Department) (Source Lawton Police Department)

LAWTON, OK (KSWO) - An inmate who was on work release did not return, and now Lawton police are looking for him. Lawton Police said Timothy Benibamonde was suppose to return to the Pre-Release Center on 602 Southwest Highland by 7 Friday night. When did not return two hours later, police were called. Lawton police say Benibamonde should be considered armed and dangerous.

Benimamonde is a 26-year-old man who has brown hair and brown eyes. He is 5'10" and 220 lbs.

If you have any information as to where Benibamonde is, call Crimestoppers of Southwest Oklahoma at 580-355-INFO (4636). You can also submit a tip online at Lawton Crimestoppers. You will remain anonymous when submitting your tip.

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