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Nassau Crime Stoppers Looking for Shooter

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The police are asking for the public's help in tracking down a shooter.

Freeport, NY - January 13, 2014 - Crime Stoppers and the Nassau County Police Department are seeking the public’s help in locating the pictured subject, Abram D. Owens, wanted in connection with an Assault which occurred in Freeport, New York. 
 
On Wednesday, April 10, 2013, at approximately 11:25 AM, the subject entered a residence on Rutland Road, Freeport, and pistol whipped and shot the victim in the leg. The subject fled the scene in an unknown direction. 
 
The subject is to be considered armed and dangerous, and is known to frequent the Hempstead area. 
 
Crime Stoppers is asking anyone who knows the whereabouts of the subject, or with any information about this crime to call our toll free hotline:  1-800-244 -TIPS (8477)
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