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Chicago's Most Wanted Amilkar Caro

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What happened at a house in Elgin two months ago has 32 year old Amilkar A. Caro man running from the law. Police say Caro shot and killed a Hugo Navarro on February 4th while the two argued over a woman. The shooting took place at the victim's home in the 700 block of Adams Street.

Sine then, Kane County prosecutors have charged Amilkar Caro with killing Hugo Navarro while they were arguing over a woman. Shot six times, Navarro died at the scene. While Caro disappearred immediately following the shooting, his trail is not cold. The FBI's Thomas Trautmann says a few says after the shooting, Caro's girlfriend received two telephone calls from him. One call was traced to a pay phone in Gary, Indiana while the other one was traced to a cell phone that was registered in Corpus Christi, Texas. Based on those two phone calls, the feds believe Caro may be hiding in Mexico.

Agents have also learned Caro has two brothers that live in Spring Hill, Tennessee, and may be hiding there as well. But they are not ruling out that Caro may still be in the Chicago area. His last known address is in the 1300 block of Dakota Drive in Elgin.

Here is a detailed description of what investigators say Caro looks like. He is described as a 32 year old hispanic male, about five feet seven inches tall, weighing around 180 pounds, with brown hair and and eyes. Caro also has the word "Jalisco" tattooed on his back and goes by several aliases, including Montejano Salvador Avila and Javier Pena.

He is considered armed and dangerous. If you see him, call police.
 

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