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Search continues Thursday for suspect connected to Texas murder

Reginald Campbell (Source: Richland County Sheriff's Department/Twitter) Reginald Campbell (Source: Richland County Sheriff's Department/Twitter)
The Richland County Sheriff's Department and other law enforcement agencies are currently searching for a suspect wanted for attempted capital murder in Texas. (Source: WIS) The Richland County Sheriff's Department and other law enforcement agencies are currently searching for a suspect wanted for attempted capital murder in Texas. (Source: WIS)
RICHLAND COUNTY, SC (WIS) -

The Richland County Sheriff's Department and other law enforcement agencies continue to search for a suspect wanted in connection to a capital murder case in Texas.

The sheriff's department says the suspect, Reginald Campbell, is a black male wearing black cargo pants and is missing a shoe. He stands around 6' and weighs approximately 150 pounds.

WIS was first told by the Sheriff's Department that he was wanted for attempted capital murder. The Sherman, Texas Police Department later clarified Campbell was wanted in connection to a capital murder case but he is not charged with attempted murder. He is wanted on federal warrants for robbery, possession of a firearm in commission of a violent crime, unlawful flight to avoid prosecution. 

Law enforcement officials initially searched for Campbell in the area of Garners Ferry and Pineview Rd., the last area he was seen, since Wednesday afternoon. Officials would not say where they were searching for him on Thursday, just that the search was ongoing. 

Campbell is wanted in connection with the death of Brandon Hubert, a hotel employee in Sherman, Texas. Two people have already been arrested in Texas connected to the murder.

If you see Reginald Campbell, you are urged to call 911 immediately. 

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