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The Cleveland FBI is stepping up efforts in its search for the former Taupa Lithuanian Credit Union CEO Alex Spirikaitis, releasing a new photo of him without his goatee.

Spirikaitis, who has been on the run for a week, is wanted by the FBI on charges of embezzlement in the failure of the $23.6 million Cleveland credit union.

After the photo was distributed to the local news media Tuesday, FBI Special Agent Vicki Anderson said new leads have been called in and agents are following up on them.

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