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Inmate escapes from work release facility

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CEDAR RAPIDS (KWWL) - Authorities are looking for Paul David Hoff, 36, after they say he escaped from a work release facility in Cedar Rapids.

The offender didn't return to Larry Nelson Work Release Facility in Cedar Rapids after work, and was then placed on escape status.

Hoff has tattoos on both upper arms, chest, back, fingers and calves. He's described as a white male, with brown hair, green eyes, about six feet tall and weighing roughly 220 pounds.

He's currently serving a 10-year sentence for Intimidation with a Dangerous Weapon, First Degree Theft and Criminal Mischief in the Second Degree.

If Hoff is seen, call the Dept. of Corrections at 515-360-9300. 





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