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Fugitive File: Lupita Hernandez

A woman accused of trying to cash a fake check has police enlisting you to help them find her.  Police say check forgery is a huge and ongoing problem for them.  That is why they hope you can help them make a dent in the cases.

Take a good look at Lupita Hernandez.

Her warrant is out of Potter County for forgery of a financial instrument.

It was at a check cashing type places where police say Hernandez committed her crime. 

Corporal Sean Slover of Amarillo Crime Stoppers says,  "she went to try to cash it and the clerk thought it looked fake and when he went to call on it she left."

Another man police are still trying to track down, convicted sex offender Santos Rodriguez. 

Slover says, "he has a parole warrant on an original charge of indecency with a child." Rodriguez's victim was a 16 year old.

Police also want your help finding fugitive Tuan Robert Nguyen.  Slover says, "he is wanted for aggravated robbery and dangerous drugs."

If you have any information, you are asked to call Crime Stoppers at 374-4400 or text or email your tip through www.amapolice.org.

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