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Photos: Most wanted DEA fugitives in Denver, part two

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Last week, we shared part one of the federal Drug Enforcement Administration's most wanted fugitives list for its Denver office -- a roster from Colorado and several neighboring states that includes 51 men and women wanted for narco-crimes typically involving heroin, meth, cocaine and marijuana. As you'll notice, the vast majority of them are from Mexico -- although there's at least one Slovenian.

Continue to see the 26 additional fugitives on the roster, featuring photos, descriptions and details about their alleged crimes.

See also: Photos: Most wanted DEA fugitives in Denver, part one

By the way, if you recognize anyone, you're encouraged to call the U.S. Marshals Service 24-hour number: 1-877-WANTED2 (1-877-926-8332).

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