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It's Nice To Be Wanted... But Not MOST WANTED


Wanted GraphicJudith Ann Black was wanted for murdering her husband in California in 1980, dumping his stripped body in a ditch, and fleeing for parts unknown. When the technology became available, we posted her photo on this website. She was recognized in 2002... reported by an alert citizen... and arrested in Ankeny, Iowa, 22 years later.

Richard Lampron was wanted in Berkshire County, Massachusetts, for aggravated rape and kidnapping in the late 1990s. We put his face on this website too. When he walked into Café Metro in Scranton, Pennsylvania, an employee recognized him...and reported him. Lampron was arrested in 2002 and shipped back to Massachusetts for trial.

Robert Leroy Keiter was wanted for a check kiting scheme that cost banks in Alabama some $10 million. You know we put his face on our fugitive pages too. An alert resident of Berkeley Springs, West Virginia, recognized and reported him. He was arrested by the FBI and Morgan County Sheriff's Office just a couple months ago on November 2, 2003.

The power of the web. These are just three of many cases that have succeeded in getting dangerous people off our streets and bringing closure to victims and their families. That's why we've dedicated an entire section of our website to this worthy cause. If you haven't looked at it recently, we feature:

We also feature:

What's new on the site today? Our new slate of Monthly Fugitives. We put up some 20 new cases each month... and they stay up for some 6 months, just in case some one of you out there might recognize a face and report your information -- possibly with a reward attached -- to your local FBI Field Office... or your local police... or -- if you're overseas -- the closest U.S. embassy or consulate.

And, just for the record, the men and women of the FBI thank you for your help.


Note: The individuals pictured or identified here may have been apprehended or may no longer be wanted by law enforcement since the above information was posted on this website. Please check our Wanted by the FBI website or contact your local FBI office for up-to-date information.