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Yonnis Abreu Murder Suspect Wanted for Allegedly Removing GPS Ankle Monitor

Yonnis Abreu Murder Suspect Wanted for Allegedly Removing GPS Ankle Monitor

ID #22-282

ID #22-282 Yonnis Abreu Wanted. Credit Albuquerque Police Department

ID #22-282 Yonnis Abreu Wanted. Credit Albuquerque Police Department

The Albuquerque Police Department is looking for a 20-year-old murder suspect who they say cut off his GPS ankle monitor over the weekend.

Yonnis Abreu is charged with murder in the fatal shooting of Dylan Spiess at the American Inn and Suites on Central, near Louisiana, in March 2021. Detectives say surveillance footage shows a man with distinctive tattoos and dyed blond hair — whom they identified as Abreu — running from the scene.

“He was arrested in July 2021, and had been in jail pending trial,” said Rebecca Atkins, an APD spokeswoman. “However, he was released from jail in June 2022 after a judge agreed to reconsider his detention. He was released on several conditions, including a GPS ankle monitor and a strict curfew.”

She said APD was notified on Sunday that Abreu had cut off his ankle monitor and detectives have been unsuccessful in locating him.

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