Search Continues for Clinton Co. Escapee

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Updated: 12/03/2013 5:12 pm
State police continue their search for 33-year-old Bobby Pillar, who escaped Monday night from the Clinton County jail.

According to troopers, Pillar was being treated for a cut, in front of the jail, when he assaulted a deputy jailer and ran. State police say he'd been living in a home on Highway 1590 in Clinton County, and also had a recent residence in Pulaski County.

Pillar is six-foot-three and 220 pounds. Police say he was serving time for flagrant non-support. Call state police at 1-800-222-5555 if you know anything about Pillar's whereabouts.
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