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WEST JORDAN -- The public has helped capture one of Utah's most wanted.
Cottonwood Heights police and the FBI believe Alejandro Torres -- also known as "Casper" -- was one of two armed men who robbed a Mountain America Credit Union in September.
Officers were able to find his partner, Jose Miguel Alamarez, a short time later. After a news tip, they tracked down Torres at a West Jordan apartment complex Tuesday.
Both men face federal robbery charges. On Friday, a judge set Torres' trial for Dec. 21.