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LEWISBURG (WVVA) -Police say a man arrested in Kentucky on larceny charges is also responsible for a theft of electronics from a local Walmart.

Jeffrey Adkins tried to give authorities in Shelbyville, Kentucky a false name but his true identity was quickly determined.

Adkins is accused of stealing more than two thousand dollars in electronics from the Walmart in Lewisburg. Three desktop computers and two flat screen TV's were stolen there on January 6.

Police say extradition back to Greenbrier County is pending.

 

 

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Lewisburg, W.Va.(WVVA)--Police in Lewisburg need your help identifying a man wanted in connection with the theft of more than $2,000 in electronics.

Three desktop computers and two flat screen TV's were stolen Monday morning at the Wal-Mart in Lewisburg. The suspect was seen by surveillance cameras pushing the merchandise out of the Lawn and Garden exit without paying for it.

Investigators say the stolen goods were loaded into an older model green Chevrolet SUV, or GMC Suburban.

If you have any information on the identity of suspect, or owner of the vehicle in question, call the Lewisburg Police Department at 304-645-1626.

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