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Men Wanted For Beating, Robbing Victim

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The Wagoner County Sheriff's Department is looking for two men they say extensively beat a man and left him in the roadway after taking his money.

It happened early Saturday morning in the 28900 block of E 4th St. South near Catoosa.

Deputies say they are looking for Charles Matthew Powell, 38, for questioning. He is a registered sex offender for a second degree rape charge out of Tulsa in 1999.

He is known to have worked in the Sapulpa area and was last seen in a newer Jeep Liberty-type vehicle. He could be in the company of his girlfriend, Bailey.

If you know the current whereabouts of Powell or others connected with this robbery, please contact the Wagoner County Sheriff's Office Dispatch at 918-485-3124. For non immediate tips, you can contact the tip line at 918-485-7799.

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