The Most Wanted Man on the FBI List


Robert William Fisher

If you want to consider being a bounty hunter Robert William Fisher has a bounty of $100,000 on his head. He is the most wanted fugitive on the FBI list. He has been on the lam since 2001. Fisher, 58, is accused of horrific crimes.

Fisher Is A Murderer
It is alleged that Fisher used a shotgun to shoot his wife, Mary, in the head. He also slit her throat and then slit the throats of the couples’ two children, Brittney, 12 and Bobby, 10. He then exploded their house, which was located in Scottsdale, Arizona on April 10, 2001. Investigators suspect he killed them after he learned that Mary planned to file for a divorce. Ten days following their murder Mary’s car, Robert’s hat, and the family dog were found in a small town 80 miles away from Scottsdale. Fisher was charged with three counts of murder, arson, and unlawful flight to avoid prosecution.

Fisher Had Good Jobs In The Past
He was born in Brooklyn, New York. His jobs included work as a surgical catheter technician, respiratory therapist, and firefighter. The FBI says he is physically fit. He is an avid outdoorsman, hunter, and fisherman. They report that he might be in possession of a high-powered rifle. He is considered armed and extremely dangerous. It is believed he may still be in Arizona. He also has ties to New Mexico and Florida. Fisher can be recognized by a gold tooth in the front of his mouth. He is also known for excessively chewing tobacco.

Description Of Fisher
Although his appearance has changed during the last nineteen years he is described to have brown hair and blue eyes. He is a white male standing six feet tall. It was reported that he weighed 190 pounds. He has a medium build and a light complexion. Surgical scars can be found on his lower back.

There Are Many Unknowns About The Fugitive
It is assumed that he changed his appearance to deceive law enforcement officers. The changes may include growing his hair and changing the color. He may also have grown a mustache and/or beard. The FBI believes that Fisher might presently be working in a medical position. Or, it is possible he may be living in a small town and working at a menial job. If you have any information on this fugitive you are asked to call the Scottsdale Police Department at (480) 312-2716 or the Phoenix FBI Office at (602) 279-5511.