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Texoma's Most Wanted

Dallas Ray Dunbar

White Male

DOB: 11-06-93  Bro/Bro

175 Lbs. / 6’01” Tall

Wanted For:  Violation of Probation - Burglary of Habitation

Kimberly Rena Holloway

Black Female

DOB: 10-16-62  Blk/Bro

150 Lbs. / 5’05” Tall

Wanted For: Bond Forfeiture - Theft of Property O/$2,500 with 2 or More Previous Convictions

Richard Charles Lundy

White Male

DOB: 04-27-62 Bro/Bro

250 Lbs. / 5’10” Tall

Wanted For: Forgery

Jose Luis Medina

Hispanic Male

DOB: 09-12-83  Blk/Bro

190 Lbs. / 5’10” Tall

Wanted For: Bond Forfeiture  - Evading Arrest

Lori Lynn Veitenheimer

White Female

DOB: 06-08-78  Bro/Bro

120 Lbs. / 5’07” Tall

Wanted For: Violation of Probation - Burglary of Habitation

These Individual are Wanted as of 03-03-2017

IMPORTANT: THESE FUGITIVES SHOULD BE CONSIDERED DANGEROUS AND POSSIBLY ARMED. NEVER ATTEMPT TO APPREHEND THESE SUBJECTS YOURSELF.

IF YOU HAVE ANY INFORMATION ON THE LOCATION OF ANY OF THESE FUGITIVES, PLEASE CALL CRIME STOPPERS 24 HOURS A DAY AT 940-322-9888.   IF YOU ARE CALLING OUTSIDE THE WICHITA FALLS AREA, CALL 1-800-322-9888.  YOU CAN SUBMIT TIPS THROUGH P3TIPS WEBSITE OR DOWNLOAD THE APP ON YOUR PHONE.

YOU CAN ALSO SUBMIT TIPS ON THE WICHITA FALLS CRIME STOPPERS MOST WANTED FACEBOOK PAGE.

YOU DO NOT HAVE TO GIVE YOUR NAME OR ANY OTHER PERSONAL INFORMATION TO SUBMIT TIPS.  IF YOUR TIP LEADS TO THE ARREST OF A FUGITIVE, YOU COULD EARN A CASH REWARD.

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