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Man Wanted For Alleged Child Molestation

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Law Enforcement and the FBI need your help to find the person who allegedly molested a 5-year old girl in Baker. The FBI says they believe the suspect used a false identity while living in Baker. He was last seen in Miles City on August 20th.

They say he goes by several names including Sean Denning, Shawn Denning, Sean Dennis, Dave Freebard, David Freebard, ChicagoSean, Dennis593 and Dennis Shawn. He has given a birth date of January 29, 1959 and December 20, 1959. He's about 44 to 55 years old and has the words Virginia and Crissy or Cristy tattooed on his upper arm or biceps. He also has a facial bump above his left eye where he claimed a bb pellet was lodged.

The FBI says he's a handyman and has also worked as an administrator at an assisted care facility. He's considered dangerous to children. Anyone with information is asked to call the FBI at 801-579-1400 or 911.

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