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Amber Alert suspect added to TBI's Most Wanted List

Gary Simpson (Source: TBI) Gary Simpson (Source: TBI)
NASHVILLE, TN (WAFF) -

The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation added a man wanted for kidnapping in an Amber Alert case to its 10 Most Wanted List.

Gary Simpson is wanted on charges of especially aggravated kidnapping out of Rogersville, Tennessee.

He’s accused of kidnapping 9-year-old Carlie Trent from her school. The TBI believes she’s in imminent danger after the May 4 kidnapping. Simpson does not have custodial rights to Carlie.

READ MORE: U.S Marshals Service doubles reward for missing TN girl

He and the girl were last seen in a white 2002 Dodge conversion van with Tennessee tag 173 GPS.  The van has a dark stripe down the middle with light gold running boards and paint chipping off the hood.

Simpson is 57-years-old with brown eyes and brown hair, which is balding.  He stands 5’10” tall and weighs about 155 pounds.

Anyone with information about the missing girl or Simpson’s whereabouts is urged to call the TBI at 1-800-824-3463. 

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