A man who is wanted for murder walked out of jail in Georgia after giving officers a fake name, “Fox and Friends" reported this morning.

The man was arrested on a separate charge of disorderly conduct last Friday. He told officers his name was Alphonso Bray, then was allowed to post bond and was released a day later, according to WJBF.

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It wasn’t until officers cross-examined his fingerprints that they realized the man was actually Terrance Brown, a suspect for murder in another county.

Booking officers didn’t notice the discrepancy at the time, said local reports.

They were only alerted to Brown’s disguise after the real Alphonso Bray’s family saw his photograph in a local newspaper.

The Sheriff’s Offices of both Richmond County and Burke County are now searching for Brown.

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