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Police: Wanted man may be targeting seniors, church groups

Biloxi Police say  Douglas William Falls, also known as "DW Falls," is wanted on an outstanding warrant for Armed Robbery. He's also wanted out of Virginia for Fraud. (Photo source: Biloxi Police Dept.) Biloxi Police say Douglas William Falls, also known as "DW Falls," is wanted on an outstanding warrant for Armed Robbery. He's also wanted out of Virginia for Fraud. (Photo source: Biloxi Police Dept.)
BILOXI, MS (WLOX) -

Biloxi Police are sending out a warning that a man wanted out of Virginia could be in South Mississippi targeting senior citizens and church groups.

Douglas William Falls, also known as "DW Falls," is wanted on an outstanding warrant for Armed Robbery. He's also wanted out of Virginia for Fraud.

The armed robbery happened at a home on Kim Cove, January 23. Investigators said Falls displayed a handgun and demanded money from the victim.

The 51-year-old is five foot 10 inches, and weighs about 250 pounds. He's been known to frequent casinos and also targets senior citizens at church groups where he often portrays himself as a handyman.

Falls may be driving a white van with a sign affixed to the side bearing the logo "DW Falls Pressure Washing."

If you have any information that could help police find Douglas William Falls, call the Biloxi Police Department at (228) 392-0641 or the Criminal Investigations Division at (228) 435-6112. You may also contact Crime Stoppers by calling 1-877-787-5898, texting CSTIP to 274637 (CRIMES), or by submitting a tip online at mscoastcrimestoppers.com.

Biloxi Police warn falls should be considered armed and dangerous.

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