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David Thomas Schram, 32 (Source: Brown Co. Sheriff's Office) David Thomas Schram, 32 (Source: Brown Co. Sheriff's Office)
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WILLIAMSBURG, OH (FOX19) -

Brown County authorities are searching for a man accused of breaking into his ex-wife's home and assaulting her and her boyfriend.

Deputies were called to a residence Sunday evening on Eastwood Road for a report of a man forcing entry into the home and assaulting two people. Upon further investigation, the suspect was identified as David Thomas Schram, 32, of Bethel.

Authorities say Schram broke into his ex-wife's house and assaulted her and her boyfriend. He then left the scene before deputies arrived on scene.

Both victims were taken to the Mt. Orab Mercy Hospital for treatment of their injuries. 

Schram was charged with one count of aggravated burglary, a 1st degree felony and authorities say additional charges are possible.

However, Schram remains at large. Anyone with information regarding his whereabouts is asked to contact local law enforcement or the Brown County Sheriff's Office at (937) 378-4435.

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