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LOUISA, Ky. -

Troopers with the Kentucky State Police need your help finding a fugitive wanted in connection with a recent bank robbery. 

James G. Stepp, 33, is wanted by the KSP on 2nd degree robbery charges, according to a recent news release.  Troopers say Stepp is wanted in connected to the robbery of the Inez Deposit Bank June 14. 

The Kentucky State Police is asking the public for any information related to this case or the location of Stepp.  Callers may remain anonymous and can call the Kentucky State Police at 1-800-222-5555 or 1-606-928-6421.