This week, America's Most Wanted is taking the manhunt international as we set off to London and Ukraine.
AMW has teamed up with a brand new British government unit called SOCA: Serious Organised Crime Agency.
One of the major cases we're taking on in this week's show deals with the murder of Marianne Wilkinson, out of Texas.
When it seemed that the trail had gone cold on the investigation, authorities were able to turn to British scientist, Dr. John Bond.
In the past, a fingerprint left on casing was generated by sweat, but after a time, it would dissipate.
Dr. Bond's technology uses electricity to visualize fingerprint patterns on shell casings long after. His revolutionary new technique produced a partial fingerprint from shell casing discovered near Marianne's home.
The challenge now is to find out who the print belongs to.
As John Walsh said, "This is a global society and the bad guys know no borders."
"We're finding that our fugitives are fleeing all over the world, and we're looking for the World's most wanted," he said.
That hunt took the team to Kiev, teaming up with the FBI to track in search of one of their 10 most wanted.
This lowlife is wanted for setting up a major financial scam in the U.S., bilking many out of millions.
And now he's wanted all over the world for all types of organized crime, including assassinations, prostitution, and drug running.