Dodge City man wanted for rape, molesting child

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DODGE CITY, Kan. (KAKE) -

Dodge City police are asking for help in finding a 25-year-old man wanted in connection to several serious crimes, including rape and indecent liberties with a child.

Police say Lorenzo De La Cruz-Chiquiaj (AKA Louis Escoto) is also wanted for aggravated criminal sodomy and aggravated intimidation of a witness. Additional details on the allegation were not released. 

"We believe there is a chance he has fled the area but his whereabouts are unknown," the Dodge City Police Department said on Facebook. "Please use caution if you see this individual and contact the DCPD at 620-227-4646 or call 911 if it is an emergency."

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