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Handcuffed inmate runs out of courthouse from officer

Kennett, MO (KAIT) - An inmate making a court appearance at the Dunklin County Courthouse escaped from his probation officer and ran out the courthouse doors in handcuffs.

Sheriff Bob Holder says Wilburn Monroe Holliman, Jr., 29 of Kennett escaped Tuesday.  Sheriff Holder says Holliman was on his way to the courtroom with his probation officer when he ran from the officer and out the west door.  He was last seen running south on South Main. 

Holliman was handcuffed, wearing a black and white striped jail uniform.  If you know of Holliman's location, call the Dunklin County Sheriff's office at 573-888-2424 or your local law enforcement agency.

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