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Two sex offenders move into Yakima area

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The Yakima County Sheriff's Office wants you to know about two sex offenders moving into the area.

36-year-old Jason Burke (pictured left) is moving to the 6800th block of W Washington Ave. in Yakima. He was convicted of rape in 2009.

35-year-old Tesino Barber (pictured right) is moving to the 500th block of S Rushmore Rd in Selah. He was convicted of rape in 1997.

Both have served their time and are not wanted by law enforcement at this time.

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