Harrison family plans plea on billboard for information Last sighting of woman, 52, was Aug. 5, 1994

July 30, 1996|By Kris Antonelli | Kris Antonelli,SUN STAFF

Days before the second anniversary of Susan Hurley Harrison's disappearance, her family plans to have her picture and a plea for information displayed on a billboard in the area where she was last seen in Timonium.

The billboard -- with a color photograph and asking in large block letters, "Where is Susan Harrison?" -- is to appear Thursday on Timonium Road near Interstate 83, according to Carey Deeley, lawyer who is handling Harrison's estate.

"Maybe it will jog someone's memory when they see a picture of her," Deeley said. "You never know with these things. We picked that spot because it is very close to where she disappeared."

The last known sighting of Harrison, 52, was about 10 p.m. Aug. 5, 1994, at her estranged husband's house in the 600 block of W. Timonium Road, police said.

Her car -- a green Saab convertible -- was found several days later in a parking lot at Washington National Airport.

Her family has said she would not have gone anywhere without informing her sons, who were 23 and 19 at the time.

Anyone with information is asked to call Metro Crime Stoppers at 276-8888.

Pub Date: 7/30/96

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