Crimestoppers: Help catch this crowbar suspect

JONESBORO, Ark. – After a woman posted several photos to Facebook, she learned the identity of the man who allegedly used a crowbar to break into her garage.

The crime was reported to have happened at 7 p.m. on Nov. 30, 2017. The report was filed Sunday, Dec. 3, when Officer Michael Talley was dispatched to the 600-block of West Matthews Avenue to an attempted breaking and entering call.

You can see in the video a white male pull up in a white Chevy S10, exit the vehicle, and knock on the door, then go get what appears to be a crowbar from the rear of the vehicle and walk up to the garage,” Talley reported. “The clasp was damaged and the lock was missing when she inspected it. In the attached video, you can see a car drive by the residence and Suspect #1 (Herring, Shannon) quickly get back into his vehicle and leave.”

By the time the report was available to press, the suspect was identified on Facebook, Desk Sgt. Brad Rossman wrote Monday.

Shannon Herring, 30-40, of Jonesboro, was believed to be the man shown in photos, JPD reported. A witness said he drives a Red Chevy S10 step-side truck.

The case is under investigation by Detective Mike Branscum.

If you know of any information about Herring, including his whereabouts, contact Crimestoppers at 870-935-STOP.

Photos provided by JPD.

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