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Lincoln Co. TN deputies searching for robbery/kidnapping suspect

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Investigators say Bolin is driving a tan 2007 Prius. Investigators say Bolin is driving a tan 2007 Prius.
Bolin is wanted on charges of kidnapping and aggravated robbery. (Source: LCSO) Bolin is wanted on charges of kidnapping and aggravated robbery. (Source: LCSO)
LINCOLN COUNTY, TN (WAFF) -

Deputies in Lincoln County TN are searching for a man wanted on charges of kidnapping and aggravated robbery.

Scotty Wayne Bolin of Taft is 5'9" and weighs approximately 300 pounds.

Officials said he is driving a tan 2007 Toyota Prius 4-door hatchback with Tennessee plate number L05-45L.

Anyone who sees Bolin or knows his whereabouts is asked to call Investigator James Owen at (931) 433-9821.

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