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"We hope he will finally be held accountable for all he has done," said his brother, Douglas Durst, in a statement.

The Durst family is worth at least $4 billion, according to the Forbes list of richest Americans.

Nine teams of two go on the run as fugitives from highly skilled investigators with $250,000 on the line for each team that can last 28 days without being captured.

As one team loses precious time trying to get out of town, another team's plans may be undone by a no. The Command Center investigators and Hunters in the field are challenged by the ingenuity of several fugitives, including one team that goes off the grid entirely, and another pair who believe they’ve devised clandestine ways of communicating with their friends and family.

-- One Florida sheriff is taking a game show approach to fugitives. Brevard Sheriff Wayne Ivey takes to the stage each Tuesday to spin the Wheel of Fugitive, according to WKMG.

He spins the wheel to pick the fugitive of the week.Durst, 71, has always maintained his innocence in the 2000 murder of Susan Berman, whose father was an associate of Las Vegas mobsters Bugsy Siegel and Meyer Lansky.Berman, who was Durst's spokeswoman, was killed at her home with a bullet to the back of her head as New York investigators prepared to question her in the unsolved 1982 disappearance of Durst's wife, Kathleen.The Hunters set up a fake online dating profile in an attempt to lure two fugitives out of hiding, and a pair of video game enthusiasts discover that their online skills may not translate to the real world.One fugitive team is forced to rethink their plans when a tropical storm impedes their escape, and Aarif and Immad try to keep up their energy while observing the daily sundown-to-sunrise fast during Ramadan.The spin is produced just like a game show with theme music and crowd chant."It's a very unique approach to targeting criminals," Ivey said.