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Lamesa police seeking man wanted for sexual abuse, assault of a child

Benito Barrioz (Source: Lamesa Police Department) Benito Barrioz (Source: Lamesa Police Department)
LAMESA, TX (KCBD) -

The Lamesa Police Department is seeking information on a male wanted for sexual abuse of a child.

Benito Barrioz is wanted for a Grand Jury indictment for Continuous Sexual Abuse of a Child and Bondsman off Bond Warrant for Sexual Assault of a Child.

Police say Barrioz has been known to be in the areas of Lubbock, Levelland, and Lamesa, TX.

Barrioz is described to 6-foot-1-inch Hispanic male weighing 270 pounds with black hair and brown eyes. He has also been reported having a moustache and goatee when last seen.

If you have any information about this individual please contact Lamesa Crime Line at 806-872-8477 or e-mail lamesacrimeline@ci.lamesa.tx.us.

A reward is available for information leading to the arrest of Barrioz and all tips will remain anonymous.

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