On the December 11th, 1991 episode of Unsolved Mysteries aired a bunch of fugitives as a "roll call" who were believed to have participated in a "Spanish Lotto" Scam. The most detailed description is for Emma Figueroa, which Unsolved Wikia describes below:
"In 1991, Emma Figueroa used a version of the "Pigeon Drop" to defraud Clisedia Gonzalez, a New York social worker. The scam is also known as a Spanish Lotto Scam; Emma purchased a lottery ticket with winning numbers from a previous drawing that had been altered the date to produce what appeared to be a winning ticket. She and an accomplice then used this ticket to convince Clisedia to give her $3,500 in good faith money to hold while Clisedia held onto the worthless ticket."
Thoughts? I will post the link to Emma's profile below, it has her picture and also links to the other fugitives believed invlolved. Not as much detail but I'm assuming their method of the scam was pretty much the same. According to Unsolved Wikia, all six aired are still at large. Because of the oldness and somewhat limited details, I'd just recommend calling your local or international police or crime stoppers line if you have any information on this case.