SOLON, Ohio - The FBI released a new photo of the Solon man wanted for false credit institution entries.
Alex Spirikaitis was the CEO of the Taupa Lithuanian Credit Union on East 185th Street in Cleveland, which was shut down for fraud, according to the FBI.
On July 16, officers went to his house on Liberty Road to arrest him and a night-long standoff began. The next day, police found no one inside the home.
Spirikaitis is 5 foot 11 and weighs 225 pounds. He has green eyes and is bald. He usually has a goatee, but the latest FBI photo shows him without one.
Reward money is available for tips leading to the arrest of Spitikaitis. Anyone with information should call the Cleveland Division of the FBI.
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