| GEO World|
| Interpol calls on Web surfers to help catch fugitives|
| Updated at: 0922 PST, Monday, July 05, 2010|
LYON: International police agency Interpol Monday urged Internet users to help track down hundreds of fugitives wanted for murder, rape, child sexual abuse and other serious crimes.
The round-up operation was launched on May 3 targeting 450 people either convicted or suspected of serious offences and wanted by, or believed to be located in, 29 countries.
More than 100 fugitives have already been arrested or located worldwide, the agency based in the French city of Lyon said in a statement. The arrests included some high-profile suspects such as former Colombian model Angie Sanclemente Valencia, caught in May in Argentina where she is wanted for drug-trafficking, and Mouamba Munanga from the Democratic Republic of Congo, wanted by France and Bahrain for counterfeit currency and money-laundering, who was picked up in South Africa on June 16.