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Monday's Most Wanted: Week of 5/27/13
Written by Nicole Porter
Last updated on May 28, 2013 @ 11:16AM
Created on May 27, 2013 @ 6:16PM
State Police in Monongalia County are looking for a man who jumped in the river early Sunday morning. The details aren't exactly clear about what happened. According to the Dominion Post, a domestic incident was called into police from an area along the Monongahela River. When police arrived on scene, three people were on the bank and one jumped in and started to swim. Police lost sight of that man but said there's a "slim chance" the suspect made it to the other side.
 
Officers didn't have any information about the man who jumped into the river. If you have any information, call State Police at 304-285-3200.

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 earlier this month, but after getting permission to visit family in Ohio, 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 U.S. Marshals Service at 304-623-0486.

Police in Randolph County still need some information after a couple of businesses were broken into recently.

Six businesses in Randolph County said things were stolen from the businesses in the Glen Moore area on the Beverly 5 Lane. There's no description of the suspects but if you know anything, call State Police at (304)637-0200.

UPDATE:

The man police believe to be responsible for three armed robberies in three different counties has been arrested. Michael Woodrow Radcliff was captured by the U.S. Marshals and Anmoore Police in Anmoore on Friday. With him, police found Robert Carpenter. Carpenter was wanted, along with Radcliff, for allegedly scamming businesses in Lewis County. He was also arrested.

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