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NBC Evening News for Monday, May 20, 1974
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(Studio) Patricia Hearst hunted by FBI and police as armed and dangerous criminal.
REPORTER: Edwin Newman

(Los Angeles, California) [Apt. manager Anita ALCALA - describes run-in with Patty Hearst and 2 black men.] [FBI agent William SULLIVAN - says FBI to follow same policy in capturing Patty Hearst as any other fugitive.]
REPORTER: Jack Perkins

(Hillsborough, California) [Mrs. HEARST - says Patty still kidnap victim, and psychologically, she's victim of thought control.] [Mrs. HEARST - hopes Patty will give herself up; reasons given.]
REPORTER: No reporter given

(Studio) 2 other fugitives, William and Emily Harris, also sought.
REPORTER: Edwin Newman

(Chicago, Illinois) [Father of Emily Harris, Frederick SCHWARTZ - urges Emily to turn herself in. ]
REPORTER: No reporter given

Newman, Edwin;
Perkins, Jack

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