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Clarke Co. authorities seeking burglary suspects

Markeise Ladale Coleman. Source: Clarke County Authorities. Markeise Ladale Coleman. Source: Clarke County Authorities.
James Lee Hently. Source: Clarke County authorities. James Lee Hently. Source: Clarke County authorities.
CLARKE COUNTY, MS (WDAM) -

Clarke County authorities need your help finding two men wanted in connection with a burglary.

Authorities believe Markeise Ladale Coleman and James Lee Hently, Jr. could be in the Hattiesburg area.

They are both wanted for questioning in a burglary that took place in Quitman on September 10th.  

Anyone with information on where they are should call the Clarke County Sheriff Department or East Mississippi Crimestoppers.

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