FBI Seeks 12 Fugitives Believed to Have Fled to Mexico After Allegedly Committing Violent Crimes in L.A.

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Row 1 (left to right): Saul Aguilar Jr., Manuel Virgen-Galvan, Steven Giovanni Aguilar-Medina, Evelin Martinez; Row 2 (left to right): Carlos Vasquez Serrano, Xochitl (Sochill) Aurora De La Torre, Cesar Villarreal, Cesar Soltero Herrera; Row 3 (left to right): Ricardo Villa, Andres Zambrano, Baldomero Barrientos Banuelos, Carlos Felino Hernandez. (Credit: FBI)
Row 1 (left to right): Saul Aguilar Jr., Manuel Virgen-Galvan, Steven Giovanni Aguilar-Medina, Evelin Martinez; Row 2 (left to right): Carlos Vasquez Serrano, Xochitl (Sochill) Aurora De La Torre, Cesar Villarreal, Cesar Soltero Herrera; Row 3 (left to right): Ricardo Villa, Andres Zambrano, Baldomero Barrientos Banuelos, Carlos Felino Hernandez. (Credit: FBI)

U.S. and Mexican law enforcement authorities are seeking the public’s help in tracking down 12 people accused of committing various violent crimes in Los Angeles over the past quarter-century and are believed to have fled to Mexico.

The campaign to capture the fugitives was announced Thursday by the FBI’s Los Angeles field office.

The FBI says that in each case reward money is being offered for information leading to an arrest.

All of the cases involve murder. The oldest case dates to 1993 and the most recent occurred in 2017.

Nine of the subjects are facing state charges and federal charges of unlawful flight to avoid prosecution.

The other three are sought based on state warrants and investigations by the Los Angeles Police Department.

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