FBI agents in Chicago are hunting for Fidel Urbina, who is charged with raping a woman in March 1998.
While awaiting trial for a March 1998 rape, cops allege Fidel Urbina raped and murdered a 22-year-old Chicago woman.
Fidel Urbina has a severely pock-marked right cheek.
Looks can be deceiving, especially in Urbina's case.
Though he appears non-threatening, authorities say he's responsible for at least two rapes that they know of, one of which resulted in a heinous murder.
Urbina is known to use a variety of aliases, including Fidel Urbina Aquirre, Fidel Bahena, Fernando Ramos and Lorenzo Maes.
Urbina may be working as a mechanic, possibly in the Mexican border town of Ciudad Juarez.
Gabriela Torres, 22, brought her car into Fidel Urbina's auto garage to have him fix her brakes on the morning of October 20, 1998.
The next day, cops found her burning body in the trunk of a stolen car.
Gabriela Torres' final moments were wraught with terror, as Fidel Urbina beat her to death, before torching her body in the trunk of a 'chopped' car.
On the morning of October 20, 1998, Gabriela brought her 1985 gray Oldsmobile to Fidel Urbina so he could fix her brakes.
They found her abandoned car weeks later, on November 17.
Gabriela Torres' body was found in the trunk of this torched Lumina, on the evening of October 21, 1998.
Urbina enlisted the help of two men to help push the car from his garage on W. 50th St. in Chicago, into a nearby alley.
One man was caught running from the burning car, and the other was caught two days later.
Urbina got away, and hasn't been seen since.
Inside the torched Chevy Lumina, cops found the raped, beaten, strangled, bound and burned body of 22-year-old Gabriela Torres.