This man is wanted by the FBI for some serious crimes. Are his dangerous habits worth finding for the reward?

I've only known one person that made to a "most wanted" list and it ended up being a huge mix up. Aside from the circumstance that had lesser odds than winning the lottery, I wondered if I could turn in someone some I knew, especially if there was a price attached - the answer is yes. Not in this case, though. I've never seen this guy but maybe you have.

Back in 2016 Mario Lee Lambert held up a cellphone store at gunpoint, held people hostage, and zip tied there hands. A truly terrifying event, no doubt. Now the FBI needs your help finding him.

Mario Lee Lambert has a pretty big price tag on his head for anyone with information leading to his arrest. And, according FBI, he's pretty dangerous and sounds like a risk to society.

SHOULD BE CONSIDERED ARMED AND DANGEROUS; MAY USE VEHICLE AS A WEAPON; SHOULD BE CONSIDERED A FLIGHT RISK.

In early March Lambert was seen in Rockford and bounces back and forth between Beloit, Rockford, and Chicago. He's also been spotted in Atlanta and Houston.

However, I, and probably the FBI, aren't encouraging you to act like Dog The Bounty Hunter and go looking for this man. But if you spot him and it leads to an arrest it could get $20,000.