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Convicted murderer missing from northeast Arkansas

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FORREST CITY (KATV) - Saint Francis County authorities are looking for a man convicted of murder after he didn't show up for his sentencing.

Anthony Millbrooks took a plea deal for a first degree murder charge from a killing in Forrest City in 2010. A circuit court judge released Millbrooks August 12 but ordered him to return August 22 and be sentenced to 22 years in prison, but Millbrooks didn't show up.

He is now considered a fugitive and the court has issued a $1 million bench warrant for him.

Millbrooks is described as 5'7" tall, weighing 1809 pounds with Gucci tattoos on both forearms and two tear drop tattoos under his left eye.

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