Investigation Discovery show to spotlight Phoenix fugitive in Wednesday episode

Sep 13, 2022, 4:05 AM
Glenn Bales of Phoenix is wanted for sending unsolicited images to a minor through a popular dating...
Glenn Bales of Phoenix is wanted for sending unsolicited images to a minor through a popular dating app in 2018. (In Pursuit With John Walsh Photo)
(In Pursuit With John Walsh Photo)

PHOENIX — A Phoenix fugitive will be featured in a Wednesday episode on true-crime television network Investigation Discovery.

“In Pursuit With John Walsh” will include Glenn Bales, a local man wanted for sexual exploitation of a minor, in its “15 Seconds of Shame” segment, according to a press release.

The show includes John Walsh and his son, Callahan Walsh, who work in tandem to track down fugitives on the run and find missing children.

Bales sent unsolicited pictures through a dating app in 2018 and a warrant was filed after he missed court dates.

As the series partners with the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, two missing children will be featured every hour, along with age-progression photos and a descriptions.

Anyone with information on Bales was asked to call the show at 1-833-378-7788 or submit a tip online. The resources

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Investigation Discovery show to spotlight Phoenix fugitive in Wednesday episode