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Police warn F-M of high-risk sex offender

A high-risk sex offender is missing again, and he might be in Fargo or Moorhead, police said. Anthony Steven Larry, 32, is wanted on warrants accusing him of failing to register in Bismarck, N.D. He is currently on supervised probation for a felo...

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A high-risk sex offender is missing again, and he might be in Fargo or Moorhead, police said.

Anthony Steven Larry, 32, is wanted on warrants accusing him of failing to register in Bismarck, N.D. He is currently on supervised probation for a felony conviction of failing to register last year.

Fargo police asked for the public's help in September 2003 when they found he was not at his registered address. A citizen's tip helped police find him in Bismarck three days after they publicized the search.

Larry was convicted in Cass County District Court for failing to register and received a nine-month jail sentence. The charge was a felony because it was the second time he had failed to register.

A probation officer in Bismarck issued the warrant for failure to register Oct. 15. A Cass County warrant was issued the same day for a probation violation.

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Larry has relatives in Fargo and has lived there in the past, so police believe he may be spending time there and and in Bismarck, Fargo Police Lt. Tod Dahle said.

Larry's record includes two sex-related convictions. In 1993 he was convicted in Clay County of having sexual contact with a girl under 16. A year later, he was convicted of gross sexual imposition in Cass County against a 14-year-old girl he knew.

High-risk offenders are those considered the most likely to re-offend. A risk assessment panel classifies all sex offenders who register in North Dakota.

Anyone with information on Larry is asked to contact their local police department.

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