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Missing Columbus man may be in Pine Belt

Antiquon Harris. Source: Columbus Police Department. Antiquon Harris. Source: Columbus Police Department.
The missing Corporate Dining Concept van was found abandoned in Wayne County. Source: Columbus Police. The missing Corporate Dining Concept van was found abandoned in Wayne County. Source: Columbus Police.
Harris was last seen in Columbus, but a ping from his phone was received in Quitman on Tuesday. Source: Columbus Police. Harris was last seen in Columbus, but a ping from his phone was received in Quitman on Tuesday. Source: Columbus Police.
CLARKE COUNTY, MS (WDAM) -

A missing Columbus man may be somewhere in the Pine Belt, according to authorities. 

Corporate Dining Concept located at 211 Tuscaloosa Road in Columbus, MS reported a company van missing along with the driver Antiquon Marquette Harris.

Harris and the company van were last seen running a route in North Port and Cottondale Alabama on Tuesday. Neither Harris nor the van returned to the business. 

Police reported that a ping from Harris' phone was received in Clarke County close to Quitman the same day. 

Harris' van was found abandoned by a state trooper off a highway outside of Waynesboro on Wednesday.

Anyone with information about Harris is asked to call the Columbus Police Department or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-530-7151. T

The case is under investigation and anyone with helpful information is asked to call Crimestoppers at 1-800-530-7151.

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