ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - Saturday, escaped murderer Edward Salas was featured on the showAmerica's Most Wanted for the fifth time.
In 2005, Salas shot and killed Carlos Perez, 10, in Clovis. Hereceived a life sentence, but escaped from the Curry CountyDetention Center months later.
Last August, Salas and seven other inmates busted out of theCurry County Detention Center.
Curry County District Attorney Matthew Chandler said he wants toboth catch Salas and a suspect that was never caught by police.
Salas was convicted of Perez's death, but suspect Noe Torres wasnever caught.
Both have been featured on the show several times, but theystill remain at large.
While Salas has been relatively low key, Torres has made severalcalls to authorities, promising to turn himself in.
District Attorney Chandler said police have received tips asrecent as the past two weeks on Salas.
Police said that he could be hiding in Eastern New Mexico, WestTexas or Mexico.
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