SEATAC, Wash. - A man wanted on a federal probation violation warrant is at large after a brief pursuit with police in SeaTac Thursday afternoon.
U.S. marshals are looking for Corey Clairmont. Police said the original charge was a federal gun charge.
U.S. Marshals and King County sheriff's deputies attempted to stop Clairmont as he was driving on International Boulevard in SeaTac.
Police said Clairmont led deputies on a brief pursuit and then jumped out of the vehicle and ran from the 3100 block of South 167th Street.
Clairmont is believed to be armed.
He is described as a white, 25 years old, 6 feet tall, 180 pounds with dark hair. His hair is reported to currently be shorter than in the photo. He has numerous tattoos on his upper body and arms, including his neck.
Anyone who sees Clairmont is asked to call 911 and do not attempt to approach him.
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