LEOMINSTER – An accused child rapist from Leominster has been added to the Massachusetts State Police [MSP] Most Wanted List.
On Tuesday, the MSP Violent Fugitive Apprehension Section added Zion Pierre Vazquez, 31, to the Dept.’s most wanted list.
Vazquez is suspected to have committed multiple sexual assaults against a child who was under ten years old over an extended period of time.
Following a 2013 investigation by Leominster Police, an arrest warrant charging Vazquez with rape of a child was issued in Worcester Superior Court.
Vazquez fled the area and has been at large since.
Vazquez is Hispanic, approximately 5’8” tall and 170 lbs., with black hair and brown eyes. He has multiple tattoos on both forearms, upper arms, and shoulders and a mole at the corner of his lip.
Vazquez has previously utilized multiple aliases, which have included several different dates of birth.
He has an extensive criminal record in Massachusetts and also has previous arrests in Illinois.
Besides the child rape warrant, Vazquez has additional outstanding warrants in Massachusetts charging him with failure to provide a DNA sample as required by law and motor vehicle violations.
In addition to Leominster, Vazquez has ties to Fitchburg and other Central Massachusetts areas.
Anyone who sees Vazquez or has information about him is urged to contact MSP VFAS at 1-800-KAPTURE (1-800-527-8873) or to call 911.
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