The Moultrie Police Department has issued an alert for a man wanted on felony charges.
Police say Quantavion Spivey held up a man in his car at gunpoint along 7th Avenue.
The suspect took his wallet and cell phone, and then ran away.
Police are asking for the publics help to find Spivey.
"If anyone sees Mr. Spivey out and about he needs to turn himself in of course but if you see him contact the Moultrie police department," says William Baillargeon, with the Moultrie Police Department.
Spivey is wanted for Armed Robbery, and Possession of Firearms during the commission of certain crimes.
Quantavion Spivey's last known address is 1315 9th Street, SW.
If you can help locate him, call the Moultrie Police Department at 229-890-5500, Ext, 3306.
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