WFPD search for new Manhunt Monday suspect

WFPD search for new Manhunt Monday suspect
The Wichita Falls Police Department has extended the deadline to apply for the upcoming police academy. (Source: KAUZ)

WICHITA FALLS, TX (TNN) - The Wichita Falls Police Department and Crime Stoppers have released a new Manhunt Monday suspect.

Every Monday, the name and information of a suspect wanted for a crime is released to the media in hopes the public can help track them down.

This week’s Manhunt Monday suspect is Mark Lukash. The 39-year-old is wanted for Aggravated Robbery. He is five feet eleven inches tall and weighs 155 pounds.

Mark Lukash, 39, is wanted for Aggravated Robbery and is this week's Manhunt Monday suspect.
Mark Lukash, 39, is wanted for Aggravated Robbery and is this week's Manhunt Monday suspect. ((Source: WCSO))

A check of Lukash’s criminal history shows several arrests for aggravated robbery in Wichita Falls. If you know where he is you can call Crime Stoppers at (940) 322-9888.

You can remain anonymous and if your tip helps lead to his arrested it could earn you up to $500. Do not attempt to catch Lukash or any other Manhunt Monday suspect yourself.

He should be considered dangerous and possibly armed.

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