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Police Launch Search for Missing Suspect Believed to Have Fled Connecticut

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    Connecticut State Police

    State police are looking for a man who is suspected of cutting off his GPS ankle bracelet while awaiting trial and leaving the state. 

    Fernando Irizzary, 42, is believed to have fled from Connecticut and cut off his ankle bracelet while traveling in New York. State police said his last known address was in Willimantic and he was last known to be driving a gray 2006 Hyundai with Connecticut plates AU05575 and he is known to have connections in Willimantic, Norwich and New Jersey. 

    Police ask anyone who sees him to use caution and not approach him. 

    There is an active warrant for failure to appear in the first degree. 

    He was previously being monitored with a court-ordered ankle bracelet and was awaiting trial on charges including threatening and inciting injuries to a person. 

    Anyone with information on where Irizzary is should call 911 or call Troop E in Montville at 860-848-6548.

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