It is a new year here in Texas. But even though it is a new year, there are individuals in the state, specifically Bell County, that their location is unknown.

Law enforcement in Texas is always looking for criminals who have disappeared from the public eye. Every month, Bell County lists the individuals that are wanted for various crimes in the state. There is also a cash reward if any tips from Texans that report seeing these individuals.

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One individual on the list for the month of January, Kevin Jamal Ware, has already been arrested. But there still many others that law enforcement is looking for. If you have seen any of the following individuals, it is very important that you do not attempt to take these individuals into custody.

If you have seen any of these individuals, you are encouraged to call Bell County Crime Stoppers at 1-800-729-TIPS, or submit tips on their website.

All information is provided by Bell County and Bell County Crime Stoppers.

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