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Chicago's Most Wanted: Masked Bandit

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This bank robber was captured by security cameras on both occasions wearing the same outfit, and it appears, the same mask. More>>

Chicago's Most Wanted: 2013 year-ender

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2013 has been a busy year for the FBI in the hunt for dangerous criminals, bank robbers and elusive fugitives. More>>

Chicago`s Most Wanted: Leeson Taylor

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This was a murder that happened in Chicago in August 1976. Catherine Taylor was shot numerous times during a domestic dispute outside her home. She later died from her injuries. More>>

Chicago's Most Wanted: Vidal Rodriguez

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This week's Chicago's Most Wanted is thought to be involved in a murder that happened in May 2012 in unincorporated Palatine. More>>

Chicago's Most Wanted: Shady Bandit

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This week's Chicago's Most Wanted is known as the Shady Bandit, due to her penchant for wearing sunglasses during her three holdups. More>>

Chicago's Most Wanted: Eric Secundino

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This is one of those cases where solving it is going to require a tip from someone who knows where the suspect is hiding. More>>

Chicago's Most Wanted: Hooded bandit

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This is a bank robber who has operated in the Northwest suburbs, starting in February. More>>

Chicago's Most Wanted: Evanston bank robber

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This bank robber seems to strike once a month. He started in September, robbed again in October and now may be planning his next holdup. More>>

Chicago's Most Wanted: Gerard Liles

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This was a federal investigation that went after a number of alleged drug dealers working on the west and south sides of Chicago. More>>

Chicago's Most Wanted: North Community Bank branch takeover robbery

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Bank security cameras often capture good images of bank robbers, but sometimes that's not enough to bring about an arrest. More>>

Chicago's Most Wanted: Chase Bank robber

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With security cameras everywhere in banks, you might think that would discourage would-be robbers. But here's a case of someone who did not seem to care about the cameras during a holdup. More>>

Chicago's Most Wanted: Rodrigo Ortega

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Rodrigo Ortega is wanted for crimes police say he committed nearly three years ago. More>>

Chicago's Most Wanted: Hector Dondiego

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This is one of those crimes that has left the victims scarred for life. The individual the FBI is looking for is a man by the name of Hector Dondiego. More>>

Chicago's Most Wanted: TCF Bank robbers

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Bank employees came face-to-face with the most dangerous type of bank robbers: two men armed with guns, pointing them right at the tellers. More>>

Chicago's Most Wanted: Lansing bank robbery

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Two bank employees were injured when three men robbed a bank in south suburban Lansing on Aug. 22.
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FBI agents seek the 'two-faced bandit'

Updated: Mar 23, 2012 19:45 PM CDT

Some bank bandits don't seem to care about security cameras when they walk in and demand money. But others go to great lengths to disguise their identity. More>>

FBI agents hunt for drug courier

Updated: Mar 31, 2012 21:15 PM CDT

The FBI says Miguel Hernandez was a member of the Chicago-based cell of the Zetas Mexican drug cartel and his role in the organization was a courier. More>>

FBI dramatically increases reward for two bank robbers

Updated: Apr 06, 2012 17:48 PM CDT

FOX Chicago News first told you about this holdup on March 10. But due to growing concerns about the two men responsible, and what might happen if they rob another bank, the FBI has dramatically increased the reward. More>>

FBI searches for illegal immigrant charged with aggravated DUI

Updated: Apr 13, 2012 14:33 PM CDT

On June 8, 2011, 66-year-old William McCann was walking along Kedzie Avenue in Logan Square when he was hit by a vehicle the FBI said was driven by Saul Chavez. More>>

FBI searches for pair who held up Berwyn Bank

Updated: Apr 20, 2012 23:29 PM CDT

A pair of bandits who made an attempt to disguise their identity really did not do that good a job. More>>

FBI looks for man who fled cocaine charge

Updated: Apr 27, 2012 25:05 PM CDT

This week's Most Wanted is a man by the name of Jesus Maria Carreno-Lechuga.
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