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LEWISBURG (WVVA) - A woman suspected of stealing more than $750 worth of goods from the Lewisburg Walmart has turned herself in.

Lt. Dove with the Lewisburg Police Department says Megan Ledawn Cox was arrested on a felony warrant for third-offense shoplifting and a misdemeanor warrant for trespassing.

Cox allegedly removed a 39-inch television from its box and left the store with it and several other items.

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LEWISBURG (WVVA) - Lt. Dove with the Lewisburg Police Department says the woman suspected in stealing more than $750 worth of goods from the Lewisburg Walmart has been identified and a warrant has been filed for her arrest.

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LEWISBURG (WVVA) - The Lewisburg Police Department is seeking a suspect who allegedly walked out of Walmart with a stolen TV and more.

Police say the person -- seen in surveillance images wearing a black tank top -- removed a 39-inch television from its box and left the store with it and several other items totaling $753.

The suspect left the store in a red Pontiac car.

If you have any information on the incident, contact the Lewisburg Police Department at 304-645-1626.

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