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Chrysler wanted in Hernandez investigation found, Wallace still on loose

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BOSTON (MyFoxBoston.com) -- North Attleboro police said Friday morning that a Chrysler 300 wanted in connection with the Odin Lloyd death investigation has been found but police were still searching for Ernest Wallace.

On Friday, Mass. State Police and North Attleboro Police issued an updated wanted poster for the 41-year-old Wallace. He is accused of being an accessory after the fact in the murder of Lloyd.

The poster describes Wallace as 5 feet 11 inches tall with a heavy build. He goes by the nickname "Bo" or "Fish" and is considered armed and dangerous.

He was last seen driving the silver Chrysler 300 with Rhode Island license number 451-375.

The Boston Globe reported that the car was found in Bristol, Conn. after the resident of an apartment complex saw news reports about Wallace and realized a similar vehicle had been sitting in their parking lot for almost a week. According to the Globe, the resident checked the license plate and called police.

The car was then towed. The resident told the Globe that the car first appeared in the lot either Friday or Saturday.

Wallace has yet to be arrested by police. The updated wanted poster lists Connecticut, Georgia, Florida and Massachusetts as places that should pay special attention to where Wallace may be.

Lloyd was killed on June 17 in North Attleboro. Shortly after his body was discovered, investigators began looking for the Chrysler.

Former Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez has been held without bail after being charged with murder in Lloyd's death.

Another man, 27-year-old Carlos Ortiz, was arrested in Bristol, Conn. as a fugitive from justice Wednesday. Ortiz was arrested for illegally possessing a firearm in North Attleboro on the morning of Lloyd's death.

Conn. officials said they were in contact with the Bristol County District Attorney's office shortly after Ortiz's arrest, but they did not comment beyond that citing an ongoing investigation.

Anyone with information is asked to call North Attleboro police at 508-695-1212.

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