FBI Asks Bicyclists Help With MORGAN HARRINGTON Case

February 11, 2010

NBC29 reports: The effort to draw out anyone who saw anything suspicious around the southern Albemarle county farm where Morgan Harrington's body was found is growing. The Federal Bureau of Investigation is now asking Charlottesville, Virginia bicyclists to search their memories, especially if they ride any of the popular Red Hill Road training routes.

An email is being circulated to members of the Charlottesville biking community asking them to help with the Morgan Harrington case. In it, John Lawler, the owner of Charlottesville Bike and Tri recounts a conversation he had with an FBI agent based here.

Read the entire report from NBC29.

Harrington, 20, of Roanoke County disappeared from a METALLICA concert in Charlottesville on Oct. 17. Her skeletal remains were found Jan. 26 in an Albemarle County hayfield nearly 10 miles south of where she was last seen.

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