The Denver Police Department released photos of five people still on the loose after a grand jury handed down an indictment against an organized crime ring prosecutors say were part of what they referred to as a "family" called the Gutter Punk Crew.

The alleged crime spree spanned 21 months from November 2015 to July 2017, according to the Denver District Attorney’s Office. Prosecutors claim the group stole 37 cars worth more than $600,000 and often left them totaled or riddled with graffiti.

Nineteen people were indicted and they face 99 counts between them, ranging from organized crime to car theft to burglary.

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Of those 19, five remain on the loose. They have been identified as:

-Breonna Gilbert, 25

-Andre Griffith, 46

-Brien Finley, 27

-Ashton Lane, 19

Malaina Luby, 22

The ring leaders, identified as Pablo "Uno" Bleacher, Noah "Ocean" Ferris, Jordan "Ash" Goetsch, Joey "OD" Ingram and Michael "Tex" Rodgers, are already in custody.

The DA says at least 90 people in the Denver metro area have been identified as victims in their crimes.

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