DEA seeks 2 suspects who allegedly fled arrest - Tucson News Now

DEA seeks 2 suspects who allegedly fled arrest

Julio Villagrana-Gamez, 21 Julio Villagrana-Gamez, 21
Luis Villagrana, 19 Luis Villagrana, 19
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

The Drug Enforcement Administration asks for the public's help in locating two suspects who police say fled arrest on Dec. 10 and who are considered armed and dangerous.

Authorities said 21-year-old Julio Villagrana-Gamez and 19-year-old Luis Villagrana are wanted on drug trafficking and money laundering charges.

They were last seen driving a maroon SUV near Valencia Road and Nogales Highway, according to a news release. Police said associated vehicles include a 2003 white Land  Roverwith the Arizona license plate number AZD1944; a gold GMC Sierra 2500 with Arizona license plate number ASX0251, and a blue Buick Enclave with license plate number AMB4770.

Anyone with information is urged to call 88-CRIME or the DEA at (520) 940-0705.

The public can anonymously report any suspicious activity to the Border Patrol at (877) 872-7435.

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