Chicago’s Most Wanted: Alex Aguilar - New York News

Chicago’s Most Wanted: Alex Aguilar

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CHICAGO (FOX 32 News) -

Alex Aguilar was charged with first degree murder in connection with the shooting death of Maria Tybor. The 18-year-old Chicago woman was gunned down on January 13, 1991. She was shot in the head and left for dead in a snowy alley behind the 1400 block of West 49th Place.

Aguilar was a reputed member of the LaRaza street gang. He's believed to have killed Tybor because of her association with a rival gang. In addition, Aguilar believed that Tybor introduced his girlfriend--the mother of his child--to members of that rival gang while Aguilar was incarcerated.

Five days after Tybor's murder, Cook County prosecutors charged him with the murder, but he was never arrested. Aguilar is believed to have fled to Mexico. In November 1994, a Federal arrest warrant was issued, charging him with unlawful flight to avoid prosecution.

There have been no recent sightings, but Aguilar has family and gang ties, so there is a chance that he may have returned to the Chicago area. We're hoping that someone hearing about this murder and seeing the photos of Aguilar may have information about his current location and will come forward.

Here is the best description the FBI has of Aguilar:

He's a male white Hispanic, 42 years old now, about 5'4'' and weighs about 140 pounds.

He has a medium complexion and has also gone by the name Alejandro Aguilar or the nickname "Chico."

His last known address was in the 4900 block of South Justine.

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

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