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Odessa police searching for four murder suspects

Ruben Hernandez (Source: Ector County Law Enforcement Center) Ruben Hernandez (Source: Ector County Law Enforcement Center)
Noe Galan (Source: Ector County Law Enforcement Center) Noe Galan (Source: Ector County Law Enforcement Center)
Adolfo Renteria (Source: Odessa Police Department) Adolfo Renteria (Source: Odessa Police Department)
Isai Salvatierra (Source: Ector County Law Enforcement Center) Isai Salvatierra (Source: Ector County Law Enforcement Center)
ODESSA, TX (KWES) -

Odessa police need help tracking down four murder suspects.

They're wanted for three separate murder cases.

They are looking for Ruben Hernandez, 35, and Noe Galen, 36.

The men are wanted for charges of capital murder in the shooting death of Sean Lamb.

Police say two years ago, Lamb was beaten, forced into an SUV and shot in the back of the head.

Corporal Steve LeSueur of the Odessa Police Department said, “We just want to remind the public that we have not forgotten about these four individuals and we believe that people here have information that know about these subjects’ whereabouts.”

Six other people have already been sentenced for the crime.

Police are also looking for Adolfo Renter, 22.

He's accused of shooting and killing Gabriel Castillo, 23, at Floyd Win Park in July of 2014.

Two other people have been arrested and charged in his death.

Isaiah Salvatore, 25, is also wanted on first degree murder charges.

Officials say in May of 2015, Salvatore shot Josh Zachariah, 24, in an alley off Del Rio Street and he's been on the run ever since.

"The vast majority of crimes have been drug related," said LeSueur.

All four of these fugitives are considered armed and dangerous.

If you know where they are, call Odessa Crime Stoppers at (432) 333-TIPS.

You will remain anonymous and could land a cash reward.

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