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Addition made to HCSO's "12 Most Wanted"

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Laura K. Worthington Laura K. Worthington

HAMILTON COUNTY, TN. (WRCB)-- The Hamilton County Sheriff's Office has made an addition to their "12 Most Wanted" list.

Police are on the lookout for 26-year-old Laura K. Worthington, who has outstanding warrants for theft over $1000, theft under $500, fraudulent use of credit cards and traffic violations.

Worthington is 5' 3", weighs 130 lbs and has a last known address on Emerald Point Lane in Dayton, Tennessee. She is also known to be in the East Chattanooga area.

If you see Laura Worthington, you are asked to call the Hamilton County Sheriff's Office.

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