A Trumbull County teenage offender who received parole in in 2019 has violated his parole and is currently at large according to the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction website.

According to a press release from the Mahoning County Prosecutor's Office, 48-year-old Roosevelt Devail Gray is a violator at large. He received parole in April of 2019 on a prison sentence that could have lasted up to 85 years.

Gray was convicted at age 17 in 1993 for taking part in a deadly robbery outside of a Warren Restaurant in 1992. Trumbull County Prosecutor, Dennis Watkins previous wrote a letter to the Parole Board opposing Gray's parole.

"It makes no sense under the known facts to release Gray now. It would demean the seriousness of his offenses and would surely pose a danger to the community. It is certainly not unfair to keep him to 2050," Watkins wrote.

Gray was handed his sentence in 1993 after he testified against his cousin, then-23-year-old Ibn Shakoor and identified him as the trigger man in the murder. Shakoor is currently serving a life sentence for the murder of 21-year-old Joseph Muscardelli.

If you or anyone you know sees Gray or knows of his whereabouts you're asked to call 911 immediately.