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Kidnapping Suspect Arrested in Pennsylvania

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Michael J. Miller Michael J. Miller
Matt Miller Matt Miller

UPDATED JANUARY 10, 2014:

Barry County Sheriff Mike Epperly says Michael Miller has been arrested in Pennsylvania last night.  Sheriff Epperly says authorities were able to located Miller by the vehicle description their office provided. 

The sheriff says Miller could face assault charges in Pennsylvania for another incident.  If he is charged, he will have through the legal process before being extradited back to southwest Missouri to face kidnapping charges.

NEWS RELEASE ISSUED BY THE MCDONALD COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE

Friday of last week a female was kidnapped from the rural area of Southeast McDonald County. The Sheriff Offices of Barry and McDonald County have been working together on the investigation. As a result of the investigation one person has been arrested and warrants issued for another.

The suspect in custody is a Mathew Miller and is currently incarcerated at the Barry County Detention Center.

We are still looking for his brother, Michael J. Miller of the Eagle Rock, Missouri.

Attached is a photo of Mathew Miller and Michael J. Miller. If anyone has information to the whereabouts of his brother Michael Miller DOB/ 08-08-1987, please contact the Barry County Sheriff Office at 417-847-3121 or McDonald County Sheriff Office at 417-223-4318.

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