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DPS offers reward for most wanted sex offender with Bell County ties

David Sauceda Medina (Source: Texas Department of Public Safety) David Sauceda Medina (Source: Texas Department of Public Safety)
David Sauceda Medina (Source: Texas Department of Public Safety) David Sauceda Medina (Source: Texas Department of Public Safety)
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The Texas Department of Public Safety has issued a reward for a most wanted sex offender with Bell County ties. 

DPS said 62-year-old David Sauceda Medina has been wanted for indecency with a child, sexual contact, and failure to comply with sex offender requirements since January 2018. He was convicted in Travis County in 2010 for indecency with a child, sexual contact, involving a 7-year-old girl.

Medina also has ties to the Austin and Chicago areas and has been known to frequent homeless shelters.

He has been described as 5 feet 9 inches tall, weighing about 200 pounds, with tattoos on his back, both arms and left hand.

The department is offering a reward up to $3,000 for information leading to his arrest. The U.S. Marshals Service is also offering a reward. All tips are anonymous.

You can call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-252-8477, text the letters "DPS" with your tip to 274637, submit an online tip on the DPS website, through Facebook or the DPS Mobile App offered in the Apple App Store and on Google Play.

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