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#CrackdownOnCrime: Most wanted

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WILMINGTON, NC (WECT) – WECT News is joining forces with the Wilmington Police Department, New Hanover County Sheriff's Office and Brunswick County Sheriff's Office to #CrackdownOnCrime.

The agencies have provided us with a list of their most wanted suspects and WECT will be airing them throughout the evening newscasts Thursday.

Be sure to keep an eye on the pictures and call (910) 386-5540 if you know where one of the suspects is hiding.

Wilmington Police Spokesperson Linda Rawley, Sheriff Ed McMahon and Sheriff John Ingram were live in our studio to highlight some of the area's most wanted during our newscasts. To see what they had to say, watch the video posted with this story.

Those on the list are facing charges ranging from attempted first degree murder to selling drugs.

Click on the following links to take a look at the people most wanted in each area:

ONLINE: SLIDESHOW: Brunswick County's Most Wanted
CLICK HERE FOR MOBILE VERSION OF BCSO

ONLINE: SLIDESHOW: NHCSO Most Wanted
CLICK HERE FOR MOBILE VERSION OF NHCSO

ONLINE: SLIDESHOW: WPD Most Wanted
CLICK HERE FOR MOBILE VERSION OF WPD

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