Wired fences, more than one hundred acres, and security cars all make up a very private place where fugitive Warren Jeffs could hide.
Resident Rita Anfinson said, "Yeah I think it would be a good place for him to hide. I figure most people wouldn't know he was there."
Jeff's compound is in a very isolated part of the
Anfinson said, "Oh it bothers me, don't get me wrong. I bothers me a lot that he's out there doing what he's doing with these young people and stuff."
So far, local police haven't dealt with any tip calls, but they're working closely with federal authorities.
Custer County Sheriff Phil Hespen said, "We've got to be careful with our information. We don't let sensitive stuff out at all. It would kind of defeat the purpose."
There's now a $100,000.00 reward for information leading to Jeffs' arrest. But no one has seen him for nearly two years and he travels with well-armed body guards.
Hespen said, "It could work for you or against you. He's probably changed his daily routine now."
That's why they're relying on citizens to be be alert.
Hespen said, "It's a waiting game and like I said you will be found. It's just a matter of time."
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