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Authorities Offer Reward For Information Leading To Arrest Of Two Long-Wanted Fugitives

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Rewards are being offered for information leading to the arrest of two long-wanted fugitives.

Authorities have amassed a combined $50,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of Donna Joan Borup.

According to officials, Borup is accused of hurling a substance at Port Authority Police Officer Evan Goodstein during an anti-apartheid protest at JFK airport in 1981.

Officials say the incident left Goodstein partially blind.

Borup failed to appear for her trial, and a warrant was issued for her arrest in May of 1982.

The Federal Bureau of Investigation is also offering up to $50,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of Elizabeth Anna Duke.

Authorities say Duke is possibly traveling with Borup.

Duke was arrested in 1985 for a series of alleged crimes, but like Borup, officials say she disappeared before her trial.

The FBI says Borup and Duke are both considered armed and dangerous.

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