Police are asking for your help for the one remaining suspect wanted in what they're describing as a vicious crime.
Thirty-three-year-old Darren Skinner is wanted by Jacksonville police. He goes by the nickname Menace, according to the Jacksonville Daily News.
This convicted felon is wanted in a kidnapping case where a 21-year-old woman was severely beaten and sexually assaulted. The paper says Skinner and two others tortured the woman while there were children in the home, trying to get information about a missing safe.
Three people have been arrested so far in the case: 27-year-old Chris Jones, 29-year-old Harry Northington and 24-year-old Sarah Baglioni.
A reward is being offered for Skinner's arrest. The number to Onslow Crime Stoppers is 910-938-3273.
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