A reward of up to $100,000 is being offered for Philip Patrick Policarpio, who was added Thursday to the FBI’s Ten Most Wanted List. Policarpio is considered “armed and extremely dangerous.” Authorities believe the fugitive – who goes by the moniker “Bugsy” – may have fled to Las Vegas and has previous ties in the Philippines.
According to a U.S. District Court criminal complaint obtained by PEOPLE, Policarpio allegedly shot his girlfriend Lauren Olguin, who was 17-weeks pregnant, at a friend’s home in East Hollywood on April 12 after he allegedly became angry with her and started to beat her about the head with his fists.
“Policarpio then pulled out a handgun and shot Olguin once in the forehead, killing her,” wrote FBI special agent Scott Garriola in the complaint. “According to witnesses, Policarpio dropped the weapon, then retrieved it and fled from the residence.”
He has since been on the run.
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At the time of Olguin’s murder, Policarpio was on parole for a June 2000 attempted murder in Burbank, California. In that case, Policarpio allegedly fired nine shots at an occupied vehicle. Two people were hit, including a woman who was shot in the head and survived.
Policarpio fled to the Philippines with the help of his mother but was later arrested. He was deported back to the U.S. where he served 14-years in prison for assault with a firearm by an ex-felon. He was paroled in May of 2015.
The Los Angeles County district attorney’s office has filed multiple charges against Policarpio, including the murders of Olguin and her unborn child. A federal arrest warrant has been issued for his arrest.
FBI officials say Policarpio has multiple spouses living in Florida and the Philippines and is known to travel to Las Vegas.
He is described as 5-foot-8, weighing 150 to 165 pounds and has brown eyes and black hair. He may wear eyeglasses and has moles on his face. Policarpio has tattoos on his chest, back, both arms and left thigh.
Anyone with information about Policarpio was asked to contact their local FBI office, or the nearest U.S. Embassy or Consulate.