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January 11, 2013

Police seeking suspects in child sex assault

Men wanted for aggravated sexual assault of a child

Corsicana — The Corsicana Police Department is seeking the public’s assistance in trying to track down two men wanted on charges of aggravated sexual assault of a child.

Corsicana Police Chief Randy Bratton said the two men are believed to be in the area. The men both knew the victim of the alleged assault.

The men were identified as:

Tarius Manuere, an Asian/Pacific Islander male, 43 years of age, with black hair and brown eyes. Tarius Manuere is 5 feet, 7 inches tall, weighs approximately 185 pounds, and has a chipped front tooth and a tattoo of an unknown name on his right forearm. He is believed to be living in the area of Ferguson Drive.

Noah Manuere, an Asian/Pacific Islander male, 40 years of age, with black hair and brown eyes. Noah Manuere is 5 feet, 5 inches tall, weighs approximately 170 pounds, and he is believed to be living in the area of Cambridge.

Bratton said the suspects are aware they are wanted and being sought by law enforcement. It’s not known what type of vehicle, if any, the two may be operating.

Bratton also said that anyone who is found to be assisting the men in evading arrest could also face criminal arrest and prosecution.

Anyone with information about the whereabouts of the men is asked to contact Det. Ronni Phillips at (903) 654-4902, or (903) 654-4918. Callers can remain anonymous, and individuals who provide information that leads to their apprehension could receive a reward of up to $1,000.

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