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As of July 18, former Taupa Lithuanian Credit Union CEO Alex Spirikaitis was still at large after a police came up empty after standoff at his suburban Cleveland home. Authorities turned to the public, asking for assistance in his capture.

“We are really making a plea to the public to look at his picture and if they see him or have any idea as to his whereabouts, to give us a call,” FBI Special Agent Vicki Anderson told Credit Union Times. The FBI has released Spirikaitis’ driver’s license photo in an attempt to apprehend him.

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