Police in Alabama are searching for a man accused of injuring a State Trooper with the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency in West Alabama late Friday night.

According to an emergency alert sent at noon Saturday, the officer was hurt in Livingston, Alabama around 11:45 p.m. Friday. The nature of the Trooper's injury was not immediately released.

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The incident reportedly happened at near the intersection of Interstate 20/59 and Alabama Highway 28 in Sumter County.

Police are now seeking 57-year-old Randy Lee Wade in connection with the incident.

Wade was last seen in Livingston, in Sumter County, Friday night. 2016 court records list Wade's home address in York, Alabama.

He is described as a black male, standing 5 feet, 11 inches tall and weighing 135 pounds.

Anyone who has seen Wade or knows his whereabouts is urged to immediately contact the Troopers at 334-676-7250 or call 911.

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