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July 10. 2013 4:56PM

Fugitive
of the Week:

CAPTURED

Donald Dubbs

The U.S. Marshals Service District of New Hampshire/Joint Fugitive Task Force has named Donald R. Dubbs as New Hampshire's fugitive of the week.

Dubbs, 58, is wanted on an arrest warrant from Lee police on a charge of arson.Dubbs is 5-feet-9, 260 pounds, with blue eyes and brown hair. He was last known to be working as a truck driver for a paving company and could be doing similar work now. He was last known to be living in Lee, he has family, friends and associates in Newmarket and Raymond as well as Burlington, Mass.

He was last known to be driving a 1999 two-door black Ford Escort with New Hampshire registration 345 1264.

The U.S. Marshals Service advises the public not to attempt to apprehend Dubbs, who should be considered armed and dangerous. Instead, report any information to the U.S. Marshals Service's Concord office at 225-1632.

For more information visit usmarshals.gov/district/nh