A Chiefs superfan is listed as the fifth most wanted fugitive in the Kansas City area.
Xavier «ChiefsAholic» Babudar, best known to Chiefs fans as the guy who wears a KC Wolf costume to home games, is accused of robbing an Oklahoma bank in December.
Babudar is allegedly on the run after removing the monitor from his ankle before appearing in court in March.
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If Babudar is found, he will be set on $1 million bail because he is accused of removing the monitor from his ankle.
Babudar was scheduled to appear in court in Bixby to stand trial on charges of the robbery, according to FOX4 KC.
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Two days before the Chiefs played the Houston Texans at NRG Stadium in Houston in December, fans wondered where Babudar’s Chiefs-centric tweets were because he’s normally active during games.
People on Reddit were quick to make the connection that the superfan was arrested for allegedly robbing a bank in Bixby, Oklahoma.
He pleaded not guilty to the charges and was released on bail in February.
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According to ESPN, Babudar was not at the Tulsa hotel where he was staying and his monitoring device was found in nearby woods.
Fox News’ Ryan Gaydos contributed to this report.