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Meet Fort Collins' 6 Most Wanted Suspects

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Law-enforcement agencies in a lot of communities produce most-wanted lists.

But Fort Collins has taken things a step further.

Community reps have created a Fort Collins Police: Most Wanted Facebook page on which it features suspects on posters of the sort we associate with the Old West, but created with new technology.

Below, see the six most recent individuals highlighted on the page — five men and one woman. If you recognize anyone, you're encouraged to use the contact information featured on each poster.

Number 6:
Number 5:
Number 4:
Continue to see Fort Collins' three most wanted criminals.
Number 3:
Number 2:
Number 1:

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