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Essex County Prosecutor's Office Seeks Information on Ali Muhammed Brown

Ali Muhammed Brown is wanted for a double murder in Seattle and an armed robbery in Pt. Pleasant. Credits: ECPO

WEST ORANGE, NJ - On Monday, July 14, Essex County Prosecutor's Office Chief of Detectives Anthony Ambrose released a photograph of Ali Muhammed Brown, 29, a black male wanted for murder in a double homicide in Seattle, Washington and an armed Robbery in Point Pleasant, N.J.

The prosecutor's office received information that Mr. Brown may have friends or relatives in the Essex County and New Jersey area.

If anyone knows the whereabouts of Brown please contact the Essex County Prosecutor's Major Crimes, Homicide Task Force at 877-847-7432 or the United States Marshals Service at 877-Wanted2.

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