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Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Wanted dead or alive

Posted By on Wed, Sep 15, 2010 at 11:25 AM

The Little Rock police sent word today that a wanted "dead or alive" flier that's been circulated in the city is not the work of the police. I wouldn't have thought so.

The sheet carries photos of two men it identifies as Marcus Simmons and Raymond Moore, who have been named as suspects in the Aug. 18 shooting of Larry Sims in Southwest Little Rock. If seen, the flier says, call 911 or "just kill them."

Police Lt. Terry Hastings said detectives don't know who's distributing the sheet, but don't approve it because it could cause violence. Two men are already in custody in the slaying.

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