1 million rewards for tracking the criminal
The FBI’s list for Ten Most Wanted Fugitives has been updated with the addition of Jose Rodolfo Villarreal-Hernandez’s name, who is wanted for murder in Southlake Texas through his associates help. The lead to his direct assist will be followed by a reward of $1 million offered by The Department of State’s Transnational Organized Crime Rewards Program.
This accuser is also known as “El Gato,” and known for several murders in Mexico and is also considered to be the leader of Beltran Leyva Drug Trafficking Organization.
Accusations suggest that victim was tracked for more than a year by El Gato and was murdered in Dallas, where he was shot in his car while his wife was standing near the driving door side. The murder took place on 22 May 2013 outside a shopping centre. The reason for this murder was a long-held resentment.
Several of the individuals involved in tracking and killing the victim have already pleaded guilty, tried and convicted, or are awaiting trial in federal court.
Special Agent Gary Koenig mentioned that such unlawful behaviour of Villarreal-Hernandez in which he sent his people to the United States to follow the victim and kill him, will not be forgiven. El Gato is also accused of trafficking drugs to the United States and ten additional murders.
The higher authorities think that such a high amount of reward will help them to track the criminal.
“Ruthless man’s description.”
Villarreal-Hernandez has brown eyes and black hair, weighed around 165 pounds, is aged 42, and has a height of 5ft 4″. He is believed to reside in Mexico and is considered dangerous. Information linked with him can be informed to 1-800-CALL-FBI or the nearest American Embassy or Consulate or FBI local office.