Teen Fugitive 'Donates' To Vet Clinic? Note Left Proves Colton Harris-Moore Was There

Juvenile DelinquencySocial IssuesCrime, Law and JusticeHealthColton Harris-MooreCrime

He's been on the run for years and now police believe the infamous teen fugitive recently visited a veterinary clinic in Raymond.

A handwritten note along with money totaling $100.00 was left at the clinic.

The State Patrol crime lab tested the fingerprints and confirmed the note was written by Colton Harris-Moore. They say the handwriting matched the one Kitsap County had on file.

The note asks the clinic to use the money for the animals.

No other recent crimes connected with Harris-Moore have been reported in Raymond.

The teen has been on the run since April 2008, when he escaped from a group home south of Seattle.

The city of Raymond is in Pacific County in Southwest Washington.

Harris-Moore is suspected of breaking into homes and businesses in Washington, BritishColumbia, Idaho and Oregon.

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