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Police Looking For Wanted Man

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After fleeing from Ward County police and leading Bismarck police on a chase, Dustin Goettle, 35, is still running from the law.

Bismarck police saw Goettle on Central and Constitution Drive yesterday. They attempted to pull him over, but he wouldn't stop.

A handgun was found in an area Goettle previously drove by. It had been reported missing from Mobridge, S.D. There were also two bags found full of meth in areas where Goettle was seen.

He is described as a white male, 6 feet 4 inches tall weighing 160 to 190 pounds. He was driving a 2001 black Chevy Blazer with North Dakota license plate KEL 703.

If you have any information on Goettle's location call the Bismarck police at 701-223-1212. 

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