FBI Using Billboards to Help Capture Fugitive
WESLACO – The FBI is turning to drivers on Rio Grande Valley expressways for any leads ending in the capture of a top ten fugitive.
This week the agency announced it’s looking for Alejandro Castillo who's accused of killing a woman in North Carolina and then fleeing into Mexico.
The agency said space on the electronic billboard was donated by a local advertising firm.
The FBI said advertising on electronic billboards allows the agency to make any updates as an investigation goes on.
They're offering a reward up to $100,000 for the suspect’s capture.
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