$5K reward offered in connection to man's arrest, Marion County deputies say

Yarnell Bagley wanted in connection to armed robbery, shooting death

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Yarnell Bagley has a distinctive tattoo on his upper-right arm of the words "love always" over the image of a headstone, deputies said.

MARION COUNTY, Fla. - The Marion County Sheriff's Office said it is offering a reward of up to $5,000 for information leading to the capture of a 20-year-old man wanted in connection to an armed robbery.

Deputies said Yarnell Bagley has a felony warrant for his arrest concerning a case of robbery with a firearm.

Additionally, detectives want to interview Bagley concerning facts surrounding the death of 55-year-old Michael Sumpter, who died from a gunshot wound that happened June 24 in Citra, deputies said.

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"We want people to know Bagley is a fugitive and harboring a fugitive is a serious crime," said Maj. Tommy Bibb, of the Marion County Sheriff's Office. "If you've helped Bagley in the last 72 hours, you need to call 911."

Deputies described Bagley as a black man who has black hair, brown eyes and a distinctive tattoo on his upper right arm of the words "love always" over the image of a headstone.

Detectives consider Bagley to be armed and dangerous because of Bagley's criminal history and interaction with law enforcement. Deputies said an intense search is going on right now.

Anyone who knows Bagley's whereabouts is asked to call 352-369-6832. Anonymous tips can be made to Crime Stoppers of Marion County at 368-STOP (7867), by texting to 274637 using keyword 368STOP, or submitting tips at ocalacrimestoppers.com.

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