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Attempted Murder/Carjacking Suspect Sought

Wednesday, November 26, 2003 11:00 AM

For Immediate Release:

Sutter County Sheriff’s Detectives have identified a suspect believed responsible for the attempted murder and carjacking of a vehicle of a Live Oak man on November 22, 2003. The investigation has developed information that identified Brian Lee Baldwin, 20 years of age, WMA, 6-1, 170, with short brown hair and brown eyes, as the suspect.

Baldwin is a Live Oak resident and is known to frequent the area on foot. He may also have access to a green compact vehicle, no further description or a grey Honda sedan, no further description. He was last seen leaving a residence on foot in the Oregon Gulch area of Oroville, on the afternoon of November 24, 2003. Baldwin was last seen wearing blue jeans and an unknown color sweatshirt.

Baldwin should be considered Armed and Dangerous. A shotgun was used in the Live Oak incident and has not been recovered at this time. The victim’s 2000 Toyota Tundra pick-up truck, maroon in color, with matching camper shell, CA license 6J56800 is still outstanding.

Anyone with information on Baldwin’s whereabouts or the missing 2000 Toyota is asked to telephone the Sutter County Sheriff’s Department at (530) 822-7307, or your local law enforcement agency.

Contact Person and Telephone Number:

Bill Grove, Undersheriff 530-822-7307

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