Michigan Murder Suspect’s Car Found Abandoned in Maine
The Subaru Forester belonging to a Michigan man wanted in connection with the murder of his wife was found abandoned in Maine. A more recent picture of suspect Harold Knight shows him with his hair and mustache died black.
According to the Allegan County Sheriff's office in Michigan, Harold Knight bought a handgun on January 12th. His wife's body was found in their home on January 13th and the medical examiner said she died of strangulation. Harold Knight went missing on the same day she died.
Because the family had spent some time in the Maine town of Turner, it was believed Knight may head this way. A more recent posting on the Allegan County Sheriff's Facebook page states that Knight's Subaru Forester was found abandoned in the parking lot of the Farmington Walmart, covered in snow. The vehicle was missing its Michigan plates.
A more recent picture of him has also surfaced, showing him in camouflage clothes and with his hair and mustache died black.The Sheriff's Office has not released when or where the picture was taken. He is 66 years old, 6'4" tall, and weighs 265 pounds.
Anyone who believes they may have seen Harold Knight is asked to call the police. Contact the Allegan County Sheriff's office at (269) 673-3686 or call local authorities. Do not approach him as he is considered armed and dangerous.