Fugitive of the Week

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12-7-21 thru 12-15-21
***$500 Reward***

Niko Guerrero 
HM 5-6-96

5-06" 120lbs hzl eyes/blk hair

*Randall County*


All the fugitives on this page had a warrant for their arrest at the time the post was made


Crime of the Week


***UP to $1,000 REWARD***

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Amarillo Crime Stoppers is asking for your help in the murder case of Gonzalo Zubia.  On November 27th at 12:39 AM, the APD officers responded to a 911 call. The cell phone call was traced to the area of the 400 block of southeast 15th Avenue. Officers responded and located the correct address to be in the 1400 block of south Pierce street. The back door was open and officers located Gonzalo Zubia, 34-year-old male, deceased in a back room. Zubia died of a gunshot wound.  If you have information about this crime or know who the suspect is, please call Amarillo Crime Stoppers at 806-374-4400.  You can also submit your anonymous tip at amapolice.org or by using the P3 Tips App.  If your tip leads to an arrest, you could earn a reward up to $1,000.  Remember to “Say It Here” and say it anonymously with Amarillo Crime Stoppers.

Weekly Stolen Auto Day "SAD"


***UP to $1,000 REWARD***

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TX - 36229D1
VIN - 902871

Amarillo Crime Stoppers needs your help locating a 2017 Black Jeep Grand Cherokee for this weeks "Stolen Auto Day".  This vehicle was reported stolen from the 8300 block of Amarillo Blvd. W. on Thursday December 2nd.  The vehicle should display temporary Texas license, 36229D1 and the last six of the VIN are 902871.  If you know the location of this vehicle or know who stole it, call Amarillo Crime Stoppers at 806-374-4400. You can also submit your tip by using the P3 tips app. If your anonymous tip leads to the recovery and/or the arrest of the suspect you could earn a reward of up to $1,000. "Say It Here" with Amarillo Crime Stoppers.

The Program


The Amarillo Crime Stoppers program is funded by private donations and fund raising. NO TAX DOLLARS are involved. The reward money paid out by the program is from the fund raising and donations from concerned citizens and businesses. As always, we would like to thank the Amarillo community for your support