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Butler Co. looking for fugitive

Carl Climer (Courtesy Butler County Sheriff's Office) Carl Climer (Courtesy Butler County Sheriff's Office)

HAMILTON, OH (FOX19) - Police in Butler County are seeking the public's help in finding a fugitive.

Police say Carl Climer is wanted on a felony non-support warrant. He has been evading authorities since April 2007 and owes $74,000 in back child support to his children.

"Climer takes great effort in avoiding police by constantly moving from household to household, changing phone numbers and taking other measures to avoid detection,"said Butler County Prosecutor Robin Piper. "If Climer would work as hard to support his children as he does to avoid the police, he wouldn't have such a gigantic arrearage owed for his children."

If you have any information regarding the whereabouts of Fugitive Carl Climer, please contact the Butler County Prosecutor's Office at 785-6597.

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