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Eufaula man wanted for capital murder

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The Eufaula Police Department is looking for Marques (Marquis) Ivory for a murder on January 30 in Eufaula. Police are seeking Ivory after 20-year-old Darrian Scott of Eufaula died of a gunshot wound to the head. The shooting took place near State Docks Road. Ivory is 5'5 and 168 pounds with a bald head or a shaved head with small dreads on top. Ivory is considered armed and dangerous, according to the Eufaula Police Department.

Police say Ivory is usually in the Bluff Park Apartment area or Georgetown, Georgia. Anyone with information about Ivory’s whereabouts is asked to call the Eufaula Police Department at 334-687-1200.

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