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Monday's Most Wanted: Week of 10/7
Written by Nicole Porter
Last updated on October 07, 2013 @ 6:57PM
Created on October 07, 2013 @ 6:47PM

The Harrison County Sheriff's Department is trying to find Daleron Stewart. The Pittsburgh resident was already cited and released on possession charges after an investigation by the Street Crimes and Drug Unit; however, he hasn't appeared in court.

While he is from Pittsburgh, he's known to travel often to Harrison County. Stewart is about 6' tall and weighs around 200 pounds.

If you know where he is, call the sheriff's department at 304-623-6655.

The Morgantown Police need your help trying to find the people who robbed two places last week, and it's starting to look like the two could possibly be connected.

On Thursday, a white and a black man, wearing dark baggy clothes with something covering their faces, supposedly walked into the BP Gas Station where they pulled out a gun and demanded money. Almost exactly 24 hours later, a pair matching that description with the same MO got away with cash from the Dairy Mart on Richwood Avenue.

If you have information on these two, call the Morgantown Police at 304-284-7522.

While they continue that investigation, WVU Police have tips for students to stay safe. First off they want everyone to be aware of their surroundings. When possible, try to walk in groups. If you happen to be alone, stay in well lit places and avoid alleys. Also, avoid going to the ATM after dark. If you think you are being followed, don't hesitate to call police or activate one of the tower emergency phones around campus. Lastly, if you are the victim of a robbery, listen to the robbers instructions because most are likely to run away after stealing what they want. If you can, take a mental note of what the perpetrator looked like.

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