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Fugitive siblings captured in Colorado

DENVER, CO (AP) -

The FBI is confirming that two men and a woman wanted for crimes in Florida and Georgia have been captured.

FBI Special Agent Steve Emmett said Wednesday that the three Dougherty siblings are in custody in Colorado.

Twenty-one-year-old Ryan Edward Dougherty, 26-year-old Dylan Dougherty Stanley and 29-year-old Lee Grace Dougherty were the target of a weeklong nationwide search.

The Colorado State Patrol said the trio was captured near Walsenburg, in southern Colorado, after a short chase that ended in a crash.

Trooper Richard Krantz said they were driving a car described in a reported sighting of the siblings in Colorado Springs on Tuesday.

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