Ohio fugitives may be headed to Fla.

Billboard in Hallandale Beach displays pictures of fugitive


HALLANDALE BEACH, Fla. – The FBI is asking the public for help finding three Ohio fugitives who are on the run.

A billboard at the intersection of Interstate 95 and Hallandale Beach Boulevard displays the pictures of Roy Clark, Jeff Caley and Tabatha Hazel.

Clark, 29, is wanted for questioning in the killings of an elderly couple in Ohio whose burned up bodies were discovered in their car Jan. 19. Clark's stepfather recently made a public plea for his stepson to turn himself in.


Investigators said Clark, Caley and Caley's girlfriend, Hazel, are on a crime spree traveling toward Florida. They've robbed convenience stores in Ohio, West Virginia, South Carolina and Georgia since last weekend.

Surveillance video shows that they're armed with a shotgun and pistol. 

Clark's family is hoping he is found before more blood is shed.

"Be like a man and turn yourself in," his stepfather, James Hill, said. "Please, we love you. So don't do nothing stupid."

The fugitives are believed to be traveling in a stolen green Dodge minivan. Anyone who has seen them is asked to call the FBI.

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