WASHINGTON, D.C. -- The FBI has added two names to its ten most wanted fugitives list.
With Monday's announcement, 500 suspects have now been sought in the program's 63 year history.
Jose Manuel Garcia Guevara is fugitive number 499. In 2008, he allegedly raped and stabbed to death a 26-year-old woman in Lake Charles, Louisiana in the presence of her 4-year-old stepson. It's believed he may have fled to Mexico.
Suspect number 500 is Walter Lee Williams. He's wanted for the sexual exploitation of children and traveling abroad for the purpose of engaging in sexual acts with children.
An arrest warrant for Williams was issued in April by the U.S. district court in Los Angeles.
Since its creation in 1950, 469 of the 500 fugitives listed on the FBI’s top ten list have been apprehended.
The bureau says 155 of the arrests came directly as the result of tips from the public.