Burglars have hit a Cottonwood school for the third time, and Tehama County detectives think they know who it is. In July somebody broke the lock on the freezer door at Evergreen Elementary School and stole about $1200 worth of frozen food. School officials didn’t report the theft, but they installed video surveillance. On August 31st the lock was broken again and about $600 worth of food was taken. Surveillance showed a blue minivan being used. A much more sophisticated lock was installed in response. Very early Monday morning the thieves returned and found the improved lock so they used a truck to pull a metal bar off the door, causing $25,000 damage. About $2000 worth of food was taken. Surveillance showed the same blue minivan, as well as a Dodge Dakota pickup and a motorcycle. Detectives asked around Cottonwood and heard that 40-year-old Donald Harrison had been trying to sell bulk quantities of food in Anderson. Probation searches were done at 2 homes in Anderson and Cottonwood and about 300 pounds of food was found. A search was done of Harrison’s home on Riverland Drive and another 90 pounds of frozen food was found. The three vehicles caught on camera all apparently belong to Harrison. All that’s missing now is Harrison himself.