Wanted: Board Game Creator and Former Arcade Owner Rex Reichert

The FBI has released an artist rendering of Rex Reichert, a former arcade owner from Collegeville, Pennsylvania who is wanted for allegedly sexually abusing two boys, ages 10 and 14. The artist rendering shows Reichert as he would have looked in 2006, but he has been on the run from law enforcement since 1992.

The FBI claims that Reichert, who owned a video game arcade in Collegeville, has been listed as a fugitive since March 31, 1992. Law enforcement officials claim that Reichert abused two boys while he was watching them for a relative that was undergoing treatment for a medical condition. He allegedly made the boys "play games while naked" and offered them money for "withstanding painful abuse," according to the FBI.

Collegeville police charged Reichert with criminal attempt with intent to commit the crime of involuntary deviate sexual intercourse, criminal solicitation with the intent of promoting or facilitating the commissions of the crime of involuntary sexual intercourse, indecent assault, corruption of a minor, and endangering the welfare of children on Sept. 28, 1990.

Reichert is also known for developing the board game Nuclear Armageddon in the 1980's.

Reichert is 57-years-old, approximately 5 feet 10 inches tall, weighs around 150 pounds has gray hair and gray eyes and wears glasses. Law enforcement claims that he has connections in the tri-state area as well as Canada, New York and Europe. He is also an experienced recording studio technician and has an interest in electronics.

The FBI urges anyone who might have information on the whereabouts of Rex Reichert to contact them directly at 202-324-3000.

Source: The Mercury

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