The US Marshals are in search of assist in figuring out a person from a 2016 Dodgers baseball sport who resembles most needed fugitive John Ruffo. Ruffo, who was convicted of swindling banks out of $353 million in the ’90s, vanished earlier than he was set to start out a 17-year jail sentence. He’s been on the run for almost 24 years.
The feds say a bald man in a blue shirt and glasses sitting in the stands at Crimson Sox vs. Dodgers sport in Aug. 2016 may (*24*) Ruffo.
In line with the Marshals, Ruffo was anticipated to report back to jail in New Jersey on Nov. 9, 1998, nonetheless, he by no means confirmed up. As an alternative, Ruffo rented a automobile and was caught on surveillance withdrawing cash from an ATM after which headed to the airport. He was by no means seen once more.
Ruffo, now 66, is called one among the Marshal’s 15 most needed fugitives and is believed to have run off with about $13 million. The feds are providing a reward of as much as $25,000 to anybody who can cause them to Ruffo.