||F. Salas Arias, Efrain Centeno, Juvenal Concepcion
Cruzado, Alberto Dominguez, Andres Gonzalez, Juan Leon, Jose Mario, J.
Marrero, Felipe Ortega, Julio Lopez Pabon, Francisco Pastrana, J. Perez,
Rafael Perez, Pedro Rosario Ramirez, Pedro Ramos, J. Rodriguez, Luis Rodriguez,
Pedro Rosario, Augustine Torres, J. Torres, Pedro Almodovar Rivera
|Dates of Birth Used:
||April 26, 1933;
April 28, 1930
|Place of Birth:
||Naguabo, Puerto Rico
||150 to 170 pounds
||Puerto Rican American
||Musician (Trumpet and Guitar)
|Scars and Marks:
||Ojeda Rios has a scar on his chest from heart
surgery, has a pacemaker, and walks with a slight limp.
||Ojeda Rios wears prescription glasses, normally
wears a beard, and may have his hair dyed black. He is believed to be living
with his wife in the mountainous region of central Puerto Rico and may
travel to the Continental United States. He is known to possess automatic
weapons and explosives, and in the past, has fired upon law enforcement
Filiberto Ojeda Rios is the leader of the "Ejercito Popular Boricua (Puerto
Rican Army of the People) - Los Macheteros". Based in Puerto Rico, this
clandestine terrorist group has claimed responsibility for numerous armed
robberies and terrorist bombings since 1978. Ojeda Rios is being sought
in connection with the September 12, 1983, armed robbery of $7.2 million
from the Wells Fargo Depot in Hartford, Connecticut. He is also wanted
for bond default in September of 1990.
In July of 1992, Filiberto Ojeda Rios was sentenced in absentia to 55
years in prison and fined $600,000.
A reward of up to $500,000 is being offered for information leading to
the arrest of Filiberto Ojeda Rios.
SHOULD BE CONSIDERED ARMED AND DANGEROUS
IF YOU HAVE ANY INFORMATION CONCERNING THIS PERSON, PLEASE CONTACT YOUR
FBI OFFICE OR THE NEAREST AMERICAN
EMBASSY OR CONSULATE.