Investigator seeks help identifying suspect in Valley Forge theft

Published 8:43 am Thursday, December 24, 2015

Contributed Photo Police are seeking the public's help to identify this man captured on security camera.

Contributed Photo
Police are seeking the public’s help to identify this man captured on security camera.

Police are investigating a theft in the Valley Forge community over the weekend where the suspects were caught on camera.
Investigators with the Carter County Sheriff’s Office are asking for the public to help them identify a male subject who was observed on security cameras taking items, including two chain saws, from a home on Nanny Goat Hill. The man is described as a white male, about six-feet tall with a medium build and facial hair. The man also drives a dark-colored sport utility vehicle that appears to have mag wheels.
The owner of the home called 911 to report the theft on Saturday around 5:30 p.m. Officers of the Sheriff’s Department took the original report and the case was then forwarded to Investigator Harmon Duncan, who also went and spoke with the victim and obtained copies of the security camera footage.
On Wednesday, Duncan and the Sheriff’s Department released photos of the male suspect to the media in hopes someone in the community would recognize the man and provide investigators with his name.
“There is also a female accomplice who was acting as a lookout,” Duncan said, adding images of the female were also captured by the security camera.
Anyone with any information regarding the theft or the identity of the male suspect is asked to contact Duncan at 423-213-9914. Tips can also be submitted through the Sheriff’s Office website at
Contributed Photo

Contributed Photo

Subscribe to our free email newsletter

Get the latest news sent to your inbox