TYNGSBORO -- Tyngsboro police continue to be on the lookout for a suspect who reportedly evaded Dunstable police Saturday night and headed toward town. On Sunday, officials said they are still searching for the man who they believe may be hiding out with friends or family.
Tyngsboro Police Lt. Chris Chronopoulos said police worked Saturday from about 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. in search of Edward Kloueck, of Dunstable, who is wanted on several warrants. Tyngsboro Police Chief Richard Howe said he believed Kloueck had attempted to run away from Dunstable police following a traffic stop. Kloueck headed toward a wooded area in Dunstable close to Dunstable Road, Cummings Lane and Lowell Road which abuts Tyngsboro. Massachusetts State Police were also called in for assistance with a helicopter to aid in the search along with K9 units.
On Sunday, police stated the suspect still remains at large though they do not believe he is in the area any longer. Tyngsboro police posted to their Facebook page a request for Kloueck to turn himself into police either at the Dunstable or Tyngsboro police stations.
Howe said Kloueck's listed warrants are related to alleged assault and battery on a police officer, intimidation of a witness and various firearms charges. Officials broadcast Saturday however ,they did not believe the public was in any danger at the time.
The suspect is approximately 5-feet-10-inches tall with a thin build and was last seen wearing dark khaki-type clothing. Those with information related to this individual are encouraged to reach out to the Dunstable Police Department at 978-649-7445.
Dunstable police could not be reached for comment.
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