Police Looking for Person of Interest in Alexandria Missing Man Case - NBC4 Washington

Police Looking for Person of Interest in Alexandria Missing Man Case



    Police have released surveillance images of a "person of interest" in last week's disappearance of Lenny Harris,an Alexandria community activist. (Published Tuesday, Sept. 27, 2011)

    Police in Alexandria, Virginia are asking for your help to find a person of interest in a missing person’s case.

    Lenny Harris, 53, was last seen about 9 p.m. Wednesday September 21st at the Charles Houston Recreation Center.

    Police released security photos from a bank ATM.  It shows a man reportedly using Harris’ credit card on King Street hours after the community activist was last seen. Police found Harris' cell phone on the Woodrow Wilson Bridge the next day.

    Police are asking for help identifying the person of interest, who is described as a black male with muscular build and tattoos on both forearms. He also has a mustache and a small goatee.

    Alexandria Community Activist Missing

    Alexandria Community Activist Missing
    Family and friends gathered in Alexandria Sunday night to pray for the return of Lenny Harris, after he we went missing last week.
    (Published Monday, Sept. 26, 2011)

    Anyone with information about the person of interest is asked to call the APD's Criminal Investigations Section at 703-746-4711 or the non-emergency number at 703-838-4444.