Texas law enforcement is always looking for those who break the law.

It's always a sad situation when someone decides to do something illegal. It's even worse when they make the decision to run from the law. If a person does a terrible crime or many crimes, they may find themselves on the Texas Most Wanted list.

Sometimes, these individuals stay on the list for longer time than they need to be. One of those individuals we'll be discussing? Steven Clay Leifeste.

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Leifeste's Crimes And Subsequent Search

We've discussed why Leifeste is wanted, but here's a full recap of why Texas law enforcement is seeking him.

You Can Help Bring A Top Ten Most Wanted Fugitive From San Antonio, Texas To Justice

It's been two years since anyone in the state of Texas has seen Steven Clay Leifeste. Last seen in 2021, he's been placed in the Texas Most Wanted Top Ten.

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Since our original article on him, he has remained on the run from police in Texas. The reward was even raised during the month of September in 2023, but he still hasn't been located by Texas law enforcement.

It's time for Leifeste to answer for his crimes, and here's you can help Texas Law enforcement.

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How You Can Help Texas Police

The most important thing to remember is that if you see Leifeste, is to not attempt to bring him into custody. He should be considered dangerous, and potentially armed. You should instead, immediately contact local law enforcement and report the sighting.

You can also report any noticing of Leifeste by submitting a tip to Texas DPS directly through their website or on their app. You can also reach out to Texas Crime Stoppers by calling 1-800-252-TIPS (8477).

Any tips received are considered to be anonymous, and if a person's tip helps lead to the capture of Leifeste, they will be eligible for a cash reward.

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