Investigators: Harrison still on lam
Published 10:15 pm Monday, August 3, 2009
from staff reports
The Escambia County Sheriff’s Office is still looking for the suspect in the case involving stolen property that was discovered last week.
Chief Deputy Mike Lambert said Friday that authorities are looking for Mark Harrison, 38, of Riverview in the investigation of a cache of stolen property, including an RV taken from from a dealer in Baldwin County. Harrison has been charged with receiving stolen property, first degree.
The stolen property involved several four-wheelers, an RV, and motorcyle trailers valued at more than $300,000. Lambert said that items had been stolen from Escambia County, Baldwin County, Escambia County, Fla. and Santa Rosa County, Fla.
The VIN numbers on some of the items have been altered and changed. Three residences in Riverview and East Brewton were searched during the investigation.
Lambert is asking for the public’s help and encourages anyone who has had dealings with Harrison to let the sheriff’s office know.