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Fugitive sought on 15 counts of raping 9-year-old girl

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Police in Tigard, Ore. are asking for the public’s assistance in locating and apprehending a 47-year-old fugitive, David L. Pasiemiak, wanted in connection with raping a nine-year-old girl over the course of two years beginning in 2009.

According to a March 7 report from NWCN News, Pasiemiak was recently indicted and charged with fifteen counts of sex abuse in connection with his nine-year-old victim, but has now flown the coop.

Police say that Pasiemiak knew his young victim.

Oregon Live reported that the police investigation into Pasiemiak’s alleged child rapes began in October 2013.

Although a grand jury has already set his bail at $3.75 million, the cops have not been able to locate him and take him into custody.

Pasiemiak is described as being 5-foot-8 tall and weighing 155 pounds.

He has been known to hang out in the Tigard, Beaverton, and Southwest Portland areas.

Anyone with any information about Pasiemiak is asked to call the Tigard Police Department at 503-718-2553, or send them an email at

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