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Have you seen Anthony Bryant, sexually violent predator?

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Don't know if Anthony Bryant's business cards list him as a "Sexually Violent Predator" -- but that's how the Denver Police Department refers to him in a release that asks for help from the public in tracking him down. Seems Bryant, who has a couple of stranger-on-stranger assaults under his belt, to use a particularly unfortunate phrase, was supposed to register as a sex offender but did not -- and he's no longer to be found at his last known address. Reportedly, he's been staying in hotels along Colfax, where plenty of sexual shenanigans go down, from what I hear -- but hopefully few of the violently predatory kind.

Get the rest of the details from the DPD below:

The Denver Police Department is looking for Anthony J. Bryant (05/14/86), a Sexually Violent Predator with two previous convictions for stranger-on-stranger sexual assaults. Bryant is currently wanted by the Denver Police Department for Failure to Register as a Sex Offender after moving from his last known address, which was 1525 Valentia Street # 12. Bryant is considered dangerous and is believed to be staying at hotels along east and west Colfax Avenue. If you have any information as to the whereabouts of Anthony J. Bryant please call the Denver Police Department at 720-913-2000 or Crime Stoppers at 720-913-STOP.

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