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Three Youngstown men among drug suspects still sought by FBI

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YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio -

The FBI is asking members of the public to help them find four suspects indicted in a heroin and cocaine trafficking investigation.

Federal and local authorities arrested 17 people on Wednesday in connection with three separate investigations into to the drug trade in the Youngstown and Ravenna areas.

Still at-large are Qeevys Clinkscale.26, of Cleveland, as well as three Youngstown men, Shajehan Haywood,45, Cornell Kennedy, 33, and Terrell Leonard, 38.

Terrell Leonard is named in two of the indictments. Leonard and Heywood are accused acting as middlemen in the alleged heroin sale conspiracy.

Investigators say Clinkscale purchased heroin.

Information from the public can be reported anonymously to the Youngstown FBI Violent Crimes Task Force tip line: 330-333-1847.

Reward money is available for information leading to any of these individuals location and prosecution, according to the FBI.

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