Clovis murder suspect on Americas Most Wanted-full story

Clovis homicide fugitive Noe Torres will be included in Saturday's television broadcast of "America's Most Wanted," show producers said.

The episode will air at 8 p.m. on the FOX network and will feature a short segment about Torres, Associate Producer Jena Naranjo said Thursday.

Torres is charged with first-degree murder in connection with the 2005 shooting of 10-year-old Carlos Perez.

"America's Most Wanted" listed a story about Torres on its Web site on June 13.

Four others, including three brothers, have been convicted in the shooting. Torres is the last defendant remaining in the case.

Police have said four men gathered outside the boy's bedroom window and shot nine rounds into the room with the intention of shooting the child's older brother.

Perez died from a bullet that struck him in the head while he slept.

Torres' story and profile will remain featured on the AMW Web site indefinitely, Naranjo said previously.

Torres is 5-feet-4-inches tall and weighs 150 pounds. He has brown hair and brown eyes, and most notably, he has a large eagle tattooed on his chest that nearly spans from shoulder to shoulder.

Torres is considered to be armed and dangerous.

Law enforcement is asking anyone with information on the whereabouts of Noe Torres to please contact Curry County Crime Stoppers at 769-1921. All callers will remain confidential and the reward for information has increased to $5,000 for information leading to his arrest.

Anonymous tips can be made to America's Most Wanted by calling: 1-800-crime-tv or at