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FBI billboard campaign for Border Patrol agent's death

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The Federal Bureau of Investigation’s El Paso Division has announced a new billboard campaign.

The FBI is offering a reward up to $45,000 for information leading to a resolution, in an investigation involving the death of US Border Patrol Agent Rogelio Martinez.

On November 18th, Agent Martinez and another US Border Patrol agent were found near Interstate 10, roughly 12 mile east of Van Horn, Texas. Both agents suffered head trauma, as well as broken bones and other injuries. They were transported to an El Paso hospital, where Agent Martinez succumbed to his injuries. The other agent went to the Intensive Care Unit, where his condition remained stable.

The FBI wants to expand their query for information, covering the Southwest Border: Texas, New Mexico, Arizona and California.  They’ve partnered with Clear Channel Outdoor and Lamar Advertising to run digital billboards along the states.

Anyone with information is asked to contact the FBI at 1-800-CALL-FBI (1-800-225-5324)

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