Police in Bell County, Texas are always looking out for our safety.

From looking for individuals that are missing, to arresting those who have broken the law, Law enforcement in Bell County always keeps a watchful eye over the public. It's always sad when somebody decides to break the law, but some individuals choose to do so.

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When a person commits a crime, they may attempt to evade from police capture. If someone goes missing for an extended amount of time, they may be placed on the list of Bell County's Most Wanted. If a Texan spots one of the individuals, there are multiple ways to assist law enforcement.

How You Can Help Central Texas Law Enforcement

If you've seen any of the individuals listed below, there are many ways to help. You can phone Bell County Crime Stoppers at 254-526-8477, or 254-933-5400 which is the Bell County's Sheriff's Office. It is very important to remember to not try bring any of these individuals into custody.

Here's Bell County's Most Wanted for May 2024. All Info has been provided by Bell County and Bell County Crimestoppers.

ALERT: These Are Bell County, Texas Most Wanted For May 2024

If you have seen these individuals, please contact local law enforcement.

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