A former Chicago resident who is charged with rape, murder and kidnapping has been added to the Federal Bureau of Investigation's (FBI) Ten Most Wanted Fugitives list.
Fidel Urbina, 37, has been the subject of a nationwide hunt since 1999 after trying to flee the charges against him.
Police said that he raped and beat one woman in 1998 and then while he was free on bond, he raped and killed a second woman before disappearing.
Gabriella Torres, 22, was found in the trunk of an abandoned car in a Chicago alley. The vehicle had been set on fire as well, according to the FBI.
'Fidel Urbina is wanted for his alleged role in two brutal attacks directed against innocent women,' said Robert D. Grant, Special Agent in Charge of the FBI’s Chicago Office.
'These crimes have demonstrated his violent nature and the need to locate and apprehend Urbina before he can strike again.' Read More