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Sarah Plummer, The Register-Herald



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A Whitesville man was arrested Thursday for allegedly stealing a total of more than $10,000 worth of electronics from the Beckley Walmart, reported Detective Frank Priddy of the Beckley Police Department.
Jimmy "Jim Bo" Graley, 36, of Whitesville, turned himself in on warrants and was charged with three counts of grand larceny and confessed to the crimes, said Priddy.
Graley allegedly went into the Walmart on North Eisenhower Drive twice on Oct. 12 and once on Oct. 13. Once in the store, he is suspected of loading a shopping cart with generators, TVs, cameras and other electronics and exiting through a back or side door, said police.
See the complete story in Saturday's edition of The Register-Herald.
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