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Photos: Fourteen most wanted sex offenders in Boulder

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Editor's note: A photo of a suspect arrested in 2014 has been removed at the request of his family.

Earlier this month, we checked to see how many of those listed in a 2012 post featuring Denver's nineteen most wanted murder suspects had been caught in the succeeding two years. The answer: zero.

Boulder County did a little better when it came to our fifteen most wanted sex offenders post about the area from July 2010. Of the original fifteen suspects, a grand total of one (Mark Skinner) is no longer listed, and the person who replaced him (Dustin Harmon) has been arrested. But that means the other fourteen remain at large nearly four years later. See their photos and get details about their alleged crimes below — and if you have any information about their whereabouts, you're encouraged to contact the Boulder County Sheriff's Office.

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Send your story tips to the author, Michael Roberts.

More from our Colorado Crimes archive circa June 17: "Photos: Top 19 still most wanted murder suspects in Denver."

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