Sublette County assists with BOLO for Utah kidnapping suspects
Suspects have ties to Pinedale, Wyoming
by Sublette County Sheriff’s Office media release
May 11, 2016
During the evening of May 10th, the Sublette County Sheriff's Office was notified of a "be on the look out" (BOLO) for two suspects wanted in connection with a kidnapping and assault that was reported in Centerville, Utah at approximately 6 pm. The suspects, identified by the Centerville Police Department as Flint Harrison (51) and Dereck James Harrison (22), were said to have fled the area in a 2011 silver Chevrolet Suburban, bearing Wyoming license plate AR83G. One of the suspects, Flint Harrison, owns a home in Pinedale and is reported to have family in Sublette County.
Sublette County deputies were made aware of the vehicle and suspect descriptions, and were on the lookout throughout the night, but did not locate the vehicle or suspects.
Earlier this afternoon, the Centerville Police Department, during a press conference, reported that the suspect’s vehicle was located near Farmington, Utah.
Though the suspects are still at large, there is no indication at this time that the suspects are in the Sublette County area. Any citizens who may have knowledge of their whereabouts are asked to contact the Sublette County Sheriff's Office as soon as possible. 307-367-4378
Editor’s Note: The Centerville, Utah Police Department said in a press conference on Wednesday, May 11th that the suspects are considered armed and dangerous. They have also set up a tip line for this incident: 801-335-8844