Mark Espinosa - Kentucky - 2018 (CAPTURED) Jan 9, 2019 15:22:41 GMT -5
Post by HeadMarshal on Jan 9, 2019 15:22:41 GMT -5
Photo Credits: Federal Bureau Of Investigation
Vital Statistics (Formatted slightly for easier reading)
Aliases: Mark N. Espinosa, Mark Nicholas Espinosa
Date(s) of Birth Used: August 28, 1989
Weight: 230 to 235 pounds
Scars and Marks: Espinosa has a large scar on his right arm from his shoulder to his elbow, and a scar on one shoulder.
The FBI is offering a reward of up to $10,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of Mark Espinosa.
Espinosa has ties to Louisville, Kentucky, and New Britain, Connecticut.
Mark Espinosa is wanted for his alleged involvement in the theft of money from an armored vehicle owned by Garda World.
On December 5, 2018, Espinosa was working as an armored truck driver near the Jefferson Mall, located at 4801 Outer Loop in Louisville, Kentucky. Espinosa and the money from the armored truck are now missing. A joint investigation between the FBI's Louisville Field Office and the Louisville Metro Police Department in Kentucky has revealed information indicating that Espinosa was allegedly directly involved in the theft.
On December 10, 2018, a federal arrest warrant was issued for Espinosa by the United States District Court for the Western District of Kentucky, Louisville, Kentucky, after he was charged with theft from interstate shipment.
Based on investigating agencies, it is advised to contact the Louisville FBI Bureau Office at 502-263-6000 if you have any information on Mark Espinosa's whereabouts.
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Thoughts? As of today, January 9, 2019, Mark Espinosa is still at large since he was added to the FBI's Featured Fugitive website today. In fact, here's the first featured fugitive case of 2019!
I want especially thank the FBI for adding Mark to their site today, since being a federal agency, the bureau employees are not getting paid as part of the ongoing US government shutdown. This website really appreciates the commitment to case publicity. We also appreciate the first case not being a non-violent drug trafficker or an international cyber-crime/counter intelligence fugitive.