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ELIZABETHTON, TN (WJHL) -

Elizabethton Police need your help in tracking down a wanted man, he's the subject of today's Monday's Most Wanted.

Police said Elizabethton City Schools fired James Travis Rosenbaum, 33, this year.

While he worked for the school system, he bought tools and supplies. When he was fired he did not return the them totaling about $6,000.

Rosenbaum is also accused of selling aluminum and metal worth about $9,000, that also belonged to the school system.

"It's basically a matter of us finding where he's at," said Capt. Joy Markland. "He stays with different people and it's our understanding he's staying here or he's staying there.Moving around things like that. We do know through word of mouth that he is aware we're looking for him."

Rosenbaum is charged with two counts of Theft of Property over $1,000.

If you information that could help investigators, call Elizabethton Police at (423) 542-4141.

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