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Monday's Most Wanted: Week of 6/24/13
Written by Nicole Porter
Last updated on June 24, 2013 @ 7:26PM
Created on June 24, 2013 @ 5:51PM

The U.S. Marshals are trying to help police in Taylor County find one of the two men wanted in connection with an apparent kidnapping and sexual assault of two teenagers last weekend.

Xavier Ramos is still on the loose. Police believe Ramos and Alex Sander Orellana-Cruz were the two men behind the attack that then prompted Alderson-Broaddus College to be on high alert last week. Orellana-Cruz was arrested near Baltimore last week. It's believed Ramos may be traveling somewhere between Frederick and Baltimore, Maryland.

If you have anything that could help police, call the U.S. Marshals at 304-623-0486.

The Clarksburg Police need your help identifying a man who supposedly swiped a laptop from a local church.



This all happened at Stealey Assembly of God last Sunday. He apparently took the computer and then left. People were even inside the church when it happened but no one saw him do it.

If you know who he is, call the Clarksburg Police Tip Line at 304-624-1625.

UPDATE:

Michelle Lea Curtis, who was featured last week on Monday's Most Wanted, was picked up by police a few days later.

If you missed it, Curtis was wanted by the Harrison County Sheriff's Department after she supposedly escaped her court ordered home confinement.


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