Wanted: When Convicts Go Missing

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    Fugitives hiding within reach

    On the run for 4 months, a sex offender wasn't caught until after he struck again. Updated Mar. 23, 2011

  • Each year in Minnesota, about 1,800 convicted criminals become fugitives. Some commit serious crimes while on the run from state and local agencies with few resources devoted to finding them. This series examines the failures of Minnesota's supervised-release program.

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