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FBI Most Wanted Fugitives List: The Worst Criminal of 1952

About the worst criminals in America in 1952 according to the FBI most wanted fugitives list including Nick George Montos.

Most Wanted, 1952

NICK GEORGE MONTOS. Crime: "Little Nick" was originally put on the FBI list after he and 2 accomplices robbed an elderly man and his sister in Georgia. The search for Montos also implicated him as a key member of a Chicago-based burglary ring. The FBI listed Montos on its Most Wanted list again in 1956, after the master burglar turned escape artist and broke out of the Mississippi prison. Conclusion: When Montos was captured in 1954, he described himself to arresting agents as a "continental" burglar. Three months after his breakout in 1956, the FBI surrounded a motel room where Montos was holed up and forced him out with tear gas. He was eventually given additional sentences for firearms violations and the Georgia robbery.

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