The Fort Smith Police Department is looking for a suspect in connection with the theft of a tie pin belonging to the Fort Smith Museum of History.

A felony warrant has been issued for Mark Craig Stevens, 58, for theft by receiving, according to a news release. Detective Danny Stanley with the Fort Smith Police Department would like to speak with Stevens about his involvement in the case.

On March 22, at about 2:30 p.m., officers were called to the Fort Smith Museum of History at 320 Rogers Ave. in reference to a theft. Museum workers discovered a display had been moved, and upon closer inspection, discovered that a gold, lizard shaped tie pin had been stolen. The artifact is one of very few items remaining that was the personal property of Judge Isaac C. Parker, the release states.

The stolen pin was recovered and returned to the Fort Smith Museum of History as of March 24.

Anyone with information about this incident or who knows Stevens' whereabouts is asked to call the Fort Smith Police Department at (479) 709-5100. People with information may also call Crime Stoppers at 78-CRIME, where any information leading to an arrest in the case may also be eligible for a cash reward of up to $1,000.