Police are searching for a murder suspect mistakenly set free from Fulton County Jail.
On Oct. 20, 2012, Fulton County jail officials released Quinton Jones, 32, on the basis of the dead docketed, or original indictment, instead of holding him on the newest indictment filed in the system.
Fulton County Jail staff never received documents indicating that Jones' case was re-indicted, according to reports.
Anyone with information about Jones' whereabouts should call 911 to report his location.
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