America’s Most Wanted

CRIME & INVESTIGATION – Mondays from 3 October, 9.30pm

Join America’s top law enforcement agencies in bringing criminals to justice. Features dramatic re-enactments with photographs and videotapes of the actual criminals and suspects involved are shown.

CRIME & INVESTIGATION – Saturdays from 19 June, 3.30pm

Each week, America’s Most Wanted features dramatic re-enactments of crimes drawn from the files of the nation’s top law enforcement agencies. The best available photographs and videotapes of the actual criminals and suspects involved are shown.

9:30pm Friday, April 30 on C4

America’s Most Wanted features dramatic re-enactments of crimes drawn from the files of the America’s top law enforcement agencies.

9:30pm Friday, April 23 on C4

America’s Most Wanted features dramatic re-enactments of crimes drawn from the files of the America’s top law enforcement agencies.

9:30pm Friday, April 16 on C4

America’s Most Wanted features dramatic re-enactments of crimes drawn from the files of the America’s top law enforcement agencies.

9:30pm Friday, April 9 on C4

America’s Most Wanted features dramatic re-enactments of crimes drawn from the files of the America’s top law enforcement agencies.

Friday 11 September 2009 9:30pm

America’s Most Wanted features dramatic re-enactments of crimes drawn from the files of the America’s top law enforcement agencies.

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CRIME & INVESTIGATION – Wednesdays from 6 May, 8.30pm

Each week, AMERICA’S MOST WANTED features dramatic re-enactments of crimes drawn from the files of the nation’s top law enforcement agencies. The best available photographs and videotapes of the actual criminals and suspects involved are shown and allow viewers to phone tips and leads to law enforcement officials. Join the FBI, the United States Marshals Service, the Drug Enforcement Administration and local police forces in bringing criminals to justice.

Fugitive Nai Yin Xue who abandoned his three-year-old daughter at an Australian train station and is the main suspect in his wife’s murder, has joined America’s worst criminals on the America’s Most Wanted (AMW) website.

Xue flew to Los Angeles after leaving his daughter, Qain Xun Xue, and was thought to be in hiding somewhere in California.

The popular AMW site that enlists viewers help to track down wanted fugitives shows their photo, profiles and details of their alleged crimes.

The site said “harrowing surveillance footage” showed Xue leaving Qain on September 15 at the Melbourne Southern Cross train station.

It also described how New Zealand police made the “chilling discovery” of Qain’s mother, 27-year-old Anan Liu, in the boot of the family’s car outside their Auckland home four days later.

The website offers a free phone hotline or an email option to anyone who had seen Xue.

He joins the world’s most wanted man Osama Bin Laden, who also features on the site.

Xue’s case could potentially feature on the television programme of the same name.

Source: Yahoo!Xtra