LIndsey Baum: Video of person of interest released by police

Grays Harbor sheriff’s office have located two women that were seen talking to a person of interest in the case of missing Lindsay Baum.

Authorities did not release the video to the public before this, but decided to do so in order to find the women.

The man that is seen in the video says he was no where near McCleary, and the video shows he was. In the video, I think he is saying something like hello to the woman that walks up next to him, and then something else, like possibly have a nice day, when he left.  What do you think he is saying?  It also looks like he bought a bag of chips and maybe a drink, but he seems to be carrying a police scanner, and he has fire on the back of his shirt.

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9 Comments

  1. No real guesses on what he's saying but he sure is nervous as a cat on a hot tin roof. What many of us wouldn't give to be able to follow him out of that store… that combined with the fact he lied about being in the area. Isn't that enough for a warrant of some sort to search his property and records of other places he may have been? Or has that been done, perhaps?
    Praying for Lindsey and her family since day one here in Michigan.

  2. The man in the video appears to say or imply “this free?”. He takes something. In addition to his purchase of chips. May have been a free item,paper or brochure ect.
    The item he held in his hand looked like a slingshot at first glance.
    His hair did not look natural. Maybe he is wearing a hat on backwards or skull cap.
    He had a watch or bracelet on his left wrist.
    Wire frame glasses.

  3. Forgot to add–volunteer fire depts. carry radios and that's what they look like. They can pick up Fire & LEO radio traffic.

    The smart thing here is to hone in on the department decals on the shirt and check the local vollie stations. Hopefully the Feds figured that out already. Just sayin…

  4. So, here is some more info, they have searched this guys car and home and found nothing. I think it's the fact he said he wasn't there when he was that is making the police want to talk to these woman that saw him there. Are they looking for more confirmation from the women that it is him that was there so they have probable cause?

  5. It's too bad there were not any video from outside the store (although I find that hard to believe given the money spent on the video equiptment inside), they might have been able to see what kind of car or is anyone was in the car with him. I wonder if they have checked around other stores, etc., in the area that may have captured the outside of the store on that day. Let's hope they did…

    Mary L. Bay Area, CA.