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MILWAUKEE — It very well may be a Wisconsin's Most Wanted first!  U.S. Marshals are looking for twin brothers, Alexander and Andrew Crawford.

The 18-year-old brothers are wanted for armed robbery.  Agents say they approached a couple in a West Allis park, held an object against their back and demanded money.  The Crawford Brothers are originally from Milwaukee's south side.  Marshals say the young men have juvenile records but seem to be graduating to more serious adult crimes.

The brothers are fraternal twins and have several characteristics setting them apart.

Alexander has a smaller build.  He's 5'8" and weighs 130 pounds.  He also has a prominent neck tattoo of a red rose.

Andrew is larger.  He's 5'11" and weighs 180 pounds.  He has "Jesus" and "Loyalty" tattooed on his left arm.

Anyone with information on their whereabouts is asked to call U.S. Marshals at 414-297-3707.

4 comments

  • Tuesday

    Their mother kicked them out at age 15… since she was doing hard drugs she was not interested in caring for them… she also kicked the daughter out before she was of age…. The mother also needs to be arrested for child neglect. They never had a chance.

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