Federal authorities are looking for a man who fled from law-enforcement officers after a brief chase Thursday afternoon in SeaTac.
The man, Corey Clairmont, 34, refused to pull over for deputies who tried to stop him at about 2 p.m. as he drove along International Boulevard, according to King County Sheriff spokesperson Sgt. Cindi West.
Clairmont, who is on probation for a federal gun charge, is wanted on a warrant for violating his parole, West said. He is believed to be armed, she said; anyone who sees him is asked to call 911, and avoid contact with him.
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Clairmont is a white man, 6 feet tall with dark hair. He has numerous tattoos on his upper body and arms, including his neck. West said his hair is not shorter than in the photo.