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Monday's Most Wanted: Week of 5/20/13
Written by Nicole Porter
Last updated on May 20, 2013 @ 7:06PM
Created on May 20, 2013 @ 6:00PM
57-year-old John Skruck is still alluding federal authorities. He was the man running the Hot Stuff Cool Things stores in Clarksburg and Buckhannon when they were shut down last year for allegedly selling illegal bath salts. Skruck was supposed to head to trial last week, but after getting permission to visit family in Ohio the week before, he never came back.
Skruck is 5'9" and weighs around 200 pounds. He has long, grey-brown hair and a beard. If you happen to know where is he, call the US Marshals Service at 304-623-0486.
Police in Lewis County still need your help finding two men who are supposedly scamming some local businesses.
Police said Robert E. Carpenter of Gilmer County and Michael W. Radcliffe of Lewis county are the two behind these cases.
If you know where either of them are, state troopers at (304) 269-0500.
Also in Lewis County, your help is also needed to identify a man who tried robbing a convenience store early Sunday morning.
Just before 2 a.m., police said this man walked into the Go-Mart on Center Street in Weston, where he pulled a gun and demanded money from the clerk. He didn't get away with anything but police still need to find him.
He's described as being in his late teens to early twenties, approximately 5'7" and weighing 130 pounds.
If anyone has any information concerning this, call the Weston Police Department at 304-269-3207.
Police are still looking for the person or people behind multiple armed robberies in the area.
The most recent one happened last Thursday at the High Life Lounge in Quiet Dell.
Just days before that, a man robbed the Hot Spot in Star City. There was also one at the J&J Cafe in Fairmont.
They may all be connected. If you have any information on the cases, call the Harrison County Sheriff's Department at 304-623-6655, the Star City Police Department at 304-599-3550 or your local police department.
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