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Clovis Police Department looking for 'Most Wanted' suspects

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The Clovis Police Department has also released an alert for a few "Most Wanted" suspects.

Fermin Rodriguez is wanted by the Clovis Police Department and has several warrants out for his arrest. He's in his 20's, stands about 5'5'' tall and weighs about 112 pounds.

Patrick Lopez is also wanted by the Clovis Police Department he has two warrants out for his arrest. Lopez is in his 30's, about 5'3'' tall and weighs about 165 pounds. Officials say he has several tattoos all over his body that can help easily identify him.

If you have any information on these suspects, you're asked to call Clovis Crime Stoppers at 575-763-7000.

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