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POLICE: Suspect wanted for Northeast Ohio crimes is now in Cincinnati

Police say Benjamin Nickum is wanted in Cuyahoga County on an aggravated riot and felonious assault warrant involving a firearm. (PROVIDED PHOTO) Police say Benjamin Nickum is wanted in Cuyahoga County on an aggravated riot and felonious assault warrant involving a firearm. (PROVIDED PHOTO)
CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) -

Cincinnati Police are looking for a suspect wanted in Cincinnati and in Northeast Ohio.

Police say Benjamin Nickum is wanted in Cuyahoga County on an aggravated riot and felonious assault warrant involving a firearm. The 27-year-old is also wanted locally for a felony probation violation.

Nickum has past arrests for assault, theft and receiving stolen property.

Police say he is believed to be armed and dangerous. Nickum was last known to live in the 5800 block of Panama Street near Coney Island.

Nickum is described as 6 foot 1 inch, weighing 278 pounds.

Anyone with information about his location is asked to call Crimestoppers at 513-352-3040 or Cincinnati Police Detective Rick Wullenweber 513-564-2200.

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