Massachusetts State Police's 9 Most Wanted Fugitives

Refugees are at large in many states, including Massachusetts. It can be quite difficult for law enforcement to track down these individuals as they are on the run and move around regularly.

Massachusetts State Police are on the hunt and need your help

The following incidents occurred throughout Massachusetts and are associated with Brockton, Yarmouth, Fall River, Wellesley, Lynn, Needham, Lawrence and Worcester. Some of the police have been trying to catch these refugees for several years. You must be extremely careful when staying near these wanted fugitives, but the police need your help. If you spot any of these people, do not approach them as they are wanted for heinous crimes and are very dangerous.

What should I do if I meet one of these people?

What you should do is immediately call the State Police Violent Fugitive Apprehension Unit at (800) 527-8873, (508) 820-2121, or your local authorities. You never know when/if one of these men might show up near you, so it's a good idea to keep your eyes peeled. Again, be careful and do nothing else if you spot one of these men.

Another fugitive has been added to the Massachusetts State Police most wanted list

While two men from our last update were captured (Kahmari T. Price and Kermith D. Alvarez)In recent months, another name has been added to the list: Franklin M. Laras. His information is included in the list below.

Massachusetts State Police's most wanted man

Massachusetts police's latest list of most wanted fugitives. Updated May 2024.

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