Episcopal Diocese of North Carolina Posts $5,000 Additional Reward for McRae's Arrest

Fugitive is One of State's Ten Most Wanted



Apr 30, 2001, 01:00 ET from The Episcopal Diocese of North Carolina

    CHARLOTTE, N.C., April 30 /PRNewswire/ -- The Episcopal Diocese of North
 Carolina today posted a $5,000 reward for anyone having information leading to
 the arrest of Larry Rydell McCrae.  McCrae, whose last known address was 1436
 Kimberly Road, Charlotte, North Carolina 28208, was indicted in March on four
 counts of taking indecent liberties with a minor involving incidents at the
 Episcopal Chapel of Christ the King in Charlotte.
     "Larry McCrae is charged with the most serious of crimes.  It is
 imperative that he be arrested and brought to justice," said The Rt. Rev. Gary
 Gloster, Suffragan Bishop of North Carolina.  "We implore anyone with
 information as to his wherabouts to contact Crime Stoppers immediately."
     McCrae is believed by the Charlotte/Mecklenburg Police Department to have
 fled the Charlotte area, perhaps to Raleigh/Durham.  Earlier this month the
 State Bureau of Investigation placed him on the state's Ten Most Wanted list.
     The Diocese's $5,000 will be added to a reward of $1,000 previously
 established by Crime Stoppers for a total reward of $6,000.  The Diocese asks
 that anyone with information about McCrae immediately call Crime Stoppers at
 704-334-1600.  All calls to Crime Stoppers are treated confidentially.
 
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SOURCE The Episcopal Diocese of North Carolina
    CHARLOTTE, N.C., April 30 /PRNewswire/ -- The Episcopal Diocese of North
 Carolina today posted a $5,000 reward for anyone having information leading to
 the arrest of Larry Rydell McCrae.  McCrae, whose last known address was 1436
 Kimberly Road, Charlotte, North Carolina 28208, was indicted in March on four
 counts of taking indecent liberties with a minor involving incidents at the
 Episcopal Chapel of Christ the King in Charlotte.
     "Larry McCrae is charged with the most serious of crimes.  It is
 imperative that he be arrested and brought to justice," said The Rt. Rev. Gary
 Gloster, Suffragan Bishop of North Carolina.  "We implore anyone with
 information as to his wherabouts to contact Crime Stoppers immediately."
     McCrae is believed by the Charlotte/Mecklenburg Police Department to have
 fled the Charlotte area, perhaps to Raleigh/Durham.  Earlier this month the
 State Bureau of Investigation placed him on the state's Ten Most Wanted list.
     The Diocese's $5,000 will be added to a reward of $1,000 previously
 established by Crime Stoppers for a total reward of $6,000.  The Diocese asks
 that anyone with information about McCrae immediately call Crime Stoppers at
 704-334-1600.  All calls to Crime Stoppers are treated confidentially.
 
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