Alleged child sex abuser 500th person on FBI's 'Most Wanted' list

June 17, 2013 at 3:33 PM

WASHINGTON, June 17 (UPI) -- A fugitive accused of sexually exploiting children is the 500th person named to the "Ten Most Wanted" list, the Federal Bureau of Investigation said Monday.

In a ceremony at FBI headquarters, Walter Lee Williams and Jose Manuel Garcia Guevara were unveiled as the 500th and 499th persons, respectively, to be added to the infamous roll call, the agency said in a statement.

Williams is wanted for allegedly sexually exploiting children and traveling abroad to have sex with children.

Garcia Guevara is accused of involvement in the 2008 rape and killing of a 26-year-old woman in Louisiana.

The list, created in 1950, has included serial killer Ted Bundy, Centennial Park bomber Eric Rudolph and terrorist Osama bin Laden.

Some 469 people on the "Top 10" list have been captured or located. Of that number, 155 were found because of citizen cooperation, the FBI said.

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