Worcester murder suspect added to Massachusetts State Police ‘Most Wanted Fugitive’ list

WORCESTER, Mass. — Massachusetts State Police have added 27-year-old Jeffrey Beltre-Rojas to its list of Most Wanted Fugitives.

Beltre-Rojas is wanted for his role in a fatal shooting at 6 Mt. Pleasant St. in Worcester on July 9, 2020.

The victim survived the initial attack but died from his injuries in February 2021.

Massachusetts State Police Colonel Christopher Mason told Boston 25 News Beltre-Rojas should be considered armed and dangerous.

“He has shown the inclination to have the willingness to take someone else’s life,” Mason said. “And the public should be very apprehensive about dealing with him directly. Contact 911 immediately upon seeing him. This is a subject who is considered armed and dangerous.”

Beltre-Rojas has several unique characteristics, including a mole on his face, a lips tattoo under one of his ears, and extensive tattoos on his arms.

Lt. Det. Michael Farley of the Massachusetts State Police Violent Apprehension Section told Boston 25 News the public should pay attention to those unique characteristics.

“He can’t change the mole that’s clearly on his face. He has a significant tattoo on the side of his neck, a pair of lips and some writing above it. He has extensive tattoos along his arms,” Farley said. " He can shave his beard. He can shave his head, he can grow his hair whatever crazy way he wants to. So concentrate on those particular things.”

If you have any information about the whereabouts of Jeffrey Beltre-Rojas contact MSP VFAS at 1.800.KAPTURE.