Havelock police are searching for a suspect involved in 19 vehicle break-ins earlier this week.
Mark Anthony Parker-Stallings, 20, is being sought for his alleged involvement in the break-ins that occurred during the early morning hours of Monday and Tuesday in the Slocum Village housing area, according to a release from the police department. Stallings was last seen with a relative, Justin Michael Parker-Pickens, according to the release.
Investigators have obtained warrants charging Parker-Stallings with breaking and entering of a motor vehicle, identity theft, and misdemeanor larceny, according to the release. Items taken during the vehicle break-ins include iPods and tablets, cash and change, credit cards, and wallets.
Police report that the vehicles from which items were taken were not locked or secured.
Police are seeking more information on additional suspects who have yet to be identified.
Anyone with any information on Parker-Stallings or the break-ins can call Investigator Tony Fischer at the Havelock Police Department at 447-3212. Those wishing to remain anonymous can call the confidential tip line at 463-7115 or go online to www.havelocknc.us and select police and then tip.