Your Texarkana Arkansas Police are asking for your help in locating wanted felon, Christopher Rose. Rose is wanted for numerous counts of alleged Breaking and Entering and two counts of alleged Criminal Mischief.

TAPD has released a Wanted Poster about Mr Rose that shows everything you need to know about who he is and why they are looking for him:

Christopher Rose, 33, is a white male born on 1-3-1989, he is 5'11" and 165 pounds with blue eyes, brown hair, and several distinctive tattoos on his face and neck. Rose was last seen driving a silver 2002 Ford Taurus Texas, license plate number GTZ 4925.

Rose is wanted for 7 counts of Breaking and Entering, 2 counts of Criminal Mischief, 7 counts of Breaking and Entering a Structure, and 3 counts of Breaking and Entering a Vehicle.

The notice on the TAPD website stated:

It appears Mr. Rose does not want to hold a regular job and earn things the right way. He likes to break into hard-working citizens' belongings and take property that does not belong to him. If you see Mr. Rose hanging around our great community, please give us a call at 911, and we will provide him with the appropriate lodging for a while at the Miller County Jail.

Christopher Rose - TAPD
Christopher Rose - TAPD
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If you have any information regarding the whereabouts of Christopher Rose, please contact Detective Jason White or Detective Dakota Easley at (903)-798-3154 and give them the information. Remember, if you wish to stay anonymous, you can call Crime Stoppers at (903)-793-STOP (7867).

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