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The U.S. Secret Service has offered an unprecedented and hefty prize for help in capturing two Ukrainians the agency says are among its “most wanted cybercriminals.”

“Can you help?” the agency tweeted on Wednesday. “Anyone with information leading to the arrest/conviction of these two #cyber criminals may receive up to a million dollars for each.”

The suspects are Artem Radchenko, 28, and Oleksandr Ieremenko, 28, the Secret Service says. The men were charged with hacking into the Securities and Exchange Commission’s data system, and earning more than $4.5 million by selling and trading on proprietary information.

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