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See Denver metro's nineteen most-wanted suspects

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Back in March, the Denver Police Department and assorted other law enforcement agencies in the metro area came up with a list of their fifty most-wanted suspects. In just over six months since then, 31 of the men and women on this roster have been taken into custody; click here and here to get a look at the busted batch. That leaves nineteen still at large, including the man who's number one on the hit parade, Noel Mejia, and three others in the top ten. Take a look at the entire group, and learn what they've been accused of doing, by looking below and clicking through the additional pages:

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