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Eastern Iowa Most Wanted #59

Updated: Thursday, August 15 2013, 08:35 PM CDT
CEDAR RAPIDS, IA (CBS2/FOX28) – The United States Marshals Service needs your help locating some of Eastern Iowa's Most Wanted.

Brad Seth Goebel is wanted by the Linn County Sheriff’s Office for Probation Violation stemming from a Burglary charge and Failure to Appear. Goebel is described as a white male, 25 years old, 5’06 tall, 260 lbs, brown hair, hazel eyes, and has many tattoos. Goebel is known to abuse drugs and have violent tendencies. The last known address for Goebel was in Cedar Rapids, IA. 

Shadow Austin Obadal is wanted by the Linn county Sheriff’s Office on a nation-wide warrant for Escape and Criminal Mischief. Obadal is described as a white male, 20 years old, 5’10 tall, 160 lbs, blonde hair and green eyes. Obadal is considered armed and dangerous. The last known address for Obadal was in Cedar Rapids, IA. Obadal may be on the run with Goebel.

Anyone having information on the whereabouts or information leading to the arrest of McCraney or Amundson should contact the U.S. Marshal Service in Cedar Rapids, IA at (319) 362-4411 or the Linn County Sheriff's Office at (319) 892-6100. Callers can remain anonymous and the information provided will remain confidential.  The U.S. Marshal Service routinely works with local law enforcement agencies in locating and arresting fugitives. For more information on the U.S. Marshals visit www.usmarshals.gov.Eastern Iowa Most Wanted #59


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