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Wanted: Top 5 Auto Thieves In Fresno

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Chee Moua is the No.1 most wanted auto thief in Fresno. Chee Moua is the No.1 most wanted auto thief in Fresno.
Arthur Contreras Arthur Contreras
Christina Gonzalez Christina Gonzalez
Stacey Rector Stacey Rector
Rodney Jones Rodney Jones
FRESNO, Calif. (KMPH) -

The Fresno Police Department on Tuesday released a ranking of the five most wanted auto thieves.

The ranking details the city's most active car thieves.

Each of these suspects, detectives said, is active city-wide and are responsible for the majority of auto thefts in Fresno at this time.

The top auto theft, according to the police department is a 23-year-old woman.

Here is a list:

-- No.5, Rodney Jones: Currently has three outstanding warrants and was arrested five times in 2012.

-- No.4, Stacey Rector: Has a $75,000 warrant for auto theft.

-- No.3, Christina Gonzalez: Currently Wanted on open charges for auto theft.

-- No.2, Arthur Contreras: Act rive in southwest and southeast Fresno. He is currently wanted on open auto theft charges.

-- No.1, Chee Moua: Police say she is active throughout the county. She currently has three no-bail outstanding warrants.

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