UPDATE: Harrison County officials find missing teen

Friday, January 6, 2012 - 11:48am

HARRISON COUNTY — Harrison County officials have located the missing juvenile safe and sound.

According to the Harrison County Sheriff's Office, thanks to a broadcast from the media, a citizen noticed the missing juvenile walking across a pasture close to Page One Rd. in western Harrison County and recognized him from a phone app that he had on his cell phone.

The citizen contacted investigators and the juvenile was taken into custody. He will be returned home. He is well and does not need medical attention.

From Harrison County Sheriff's Office

The Harrison County Sheriff’s Office is asking for help from the public regarding the identification and arrest of two oil and gas field thieves.

Over the last few months, several gas well sites in East Texas and Louisiana have had items stolen from the production and distribution areas. These items have been batteries, copper wiring, and related equipment.

During a recent theft, a video camera captured the image of a white small 4 door vehicle with a missing right front wheel cover. Two white suspects, one man and one woman are observed driving into the area and pulling up to a satellite relay station during the daytime hours on January 2, 2012, at 3:22 PM.

The male suspect, who was driving, walks to the box containing the batteries and other equipment and pries open the box. After a few moments, the passenger, who is female, exits the vehicle and brings a large pair of what appears to be bolt cutters to the box. The female appears to be approximately 25-35 wearing a blue “hoodie”, blue t-shirt, and light blue jeans. She is a heavy-set female with either short or pulled-up blonde hair.

The male suspect appears to be 25-35 and is slim. He has dark hair and was wearing a grey long sleeve t-shirt with a design, jeans, and a ball cap. The cables at the bottom of the box are then cut and the suspects remove items and place them in the car and drive away.

The damage to this distribution site was over $1500.00.

The Harrison County Sheriff’s Office is asking for anyone with information, or anyone who may recognize the vehicle or suspect, to contact the investigation section at 903-9223-4000 or crimestoppers at 903-935-9969.

From Harrison County Sheriff's Office


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