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FUGITIVE FRIDAY: CAPTURED: Mark Short

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SPOKANE, Wash. - KHQ is featuring a new segment called Fugitive Friday in partnership with local law enforcement and Crime Stoppers of the Inland Northwest. The collaboration is an effort to get criminals locked up. Every Friday, KHQ will feature a wanted fugitive and offer viewers a chance to give tips that could lead to their arrest.

This week, Crime Stoppers of the Inland Northwest hopes the public will have the missing piece of information that could lead to the arrest of Mark Short. He’s wanted by the law on two felony warrants for burglary. He has a criminal history dates back to 19-89 and he's been convicted of three felonies, including harassment and the threat to kill.

Short is 43. He’s described 6 feet, 175 pounds with brown eyes and brown hair. If you know where Short is hiding call 1-800-222-TIPS. You can also submit your tips to https://www.tipsubmit.com/webtips.aspx?AgencyID=643&L=E&DSID=643&Suspect=Mark%20Short&Sex=Male&Race=Caucasian&Warrant=2-Burglary%202nd%20Degree&Case=&Alias=&HT=6ft%200in&WT=175%20lbs&Age=42&Hair=Brown&Eyes=Brown&Memo=Wanted%20Suspect:%202%20Warrants

Remember to watch every Friday, as KHQ helps law enforcement put wanted criminals behind bars. We'll also let you know when you're tips lead to their arrests on Fugititve Friday.

*Note* This Fugitive Has Been Captured.

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