Local bondsman offers insight into tracking Mapps
Keeping his photo in the public eye, tracking his past and people who might know him are all key to finding Harry Mapps, according to a local bail bondsman.
The Pueblo County Sheriff's office believes Harry Mapps killed Reginald and Kim Tuttle and their daughter Dawn Roderick last Wednesday.
Bondsman Bobby Brown isn't working on the Mapps case, but he has worked on countless investigations at the national and international level. He said there is no question law-enforcement will find Mapps.
"There's no way he can get away because of the fact that he left evidence, we know who we're looking for and now we have to find him," he said.
He said the people around him like family, friends and former neighbors, are important.
"He has to go to McDonald's, he has to go to a gas station, he has to call a friend," Brown said "Nobody can make it on the run without getting help."
Brown said anyone who knows anything about Mapps must call law enforcement, even if it's a rumor or a thought.
"There are people that are out there right now that can help everybody determine exactly where he is," he said. "He can't hide, period. He cannot hide."
If you have any information about Mapps or his whereabouts, call 911 or your local law-enforcement agency.
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