In this week's edition of the Mid-Ohio Valley's Most Wanted we have for you a man who allegedly paid for hundreds of dollars worth of merchandise with bad checks.
The Parkersburg Police Department is looking for Leonard Reisinger wanted for three counts of felony False Pretense.
All three incidents happened in November of 2007.
For one charge, police say Reisinger wrote a check from someone else's account to pay for more than $1,000 worth of work done on a vehicle.
They say in the same month, Reisinger went to the Bargain Corner on Emerson Avenue and bought more than $300 worth of items with a frozen or closed account.
In the most recent incident, they say Reisinger went back to the Bargain Corner and made another purchase on that same closed account.
They haven't been able to find him since.
"Normally, if someone is stopped during a traffic stop or even if somebody stops them and does a field interrogation and they run their name, it will come back that there's a warrant for them and apparently that hasn't happened in the last 3 years," says Lieutenant Young, Parkersburg Police.
Parkersburg Police believe Leonard Reisinger could still be in the area.
So, if you have any information on where he could be, please call police at 304-424-8444.
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