FBI offers $10,000 prize for data prompting capture of supposed executioner father

FBI offers $10,000 prize for data prompting capture of supposed executioner father

FBI is seeing data on the whereabouts of Jorge Rico-Ruvira.

An Amber Alert was given for the youngster, Chaves County Magistrate Court and the FBI each gave warrants for his capture. Examiners charged the 32-year-old outlaw with first-degree murder and the feds recorded charges for unlawful trip to stay away from arraignment or giving declaration.

The feds trust Rico-Ruvira is “included” with the 27-year-elderly person’s passing, as indicated by the organization’s public statement gave on Wednesday. The couple had a past filled with aggressive behavior at home where Rico-Ruvira was accused in October 2019 of irritated battery against a family unit part for purportedly gagging her.

Specialists trust Rico-Ruvira might be driving a maroon, four-entryway, 2003 GMC Yukon with New Mexico tag MNF-231 and is making a beeline for Mexico, where he has connections to the territories of Zacatecas and Jalisco, the FBI said.

Anybody with data on Rico-Ruvira’s whereabouts is asked to promptly contact the FBI, (505) 889-1300, Roswell Police Department, (575) 624-6770 or the New Mexico Department of Public Safety Missing Persons Clearinghouse 1-800-457-3463.