In this week's edition of the Mid-Ohio Valley's Most Wanted we have for you a Logan County, West Virginia, man facing several felony indictments related to theft.
The Washington County Sheriff's Office needs your help in finding Roy Woody of Chapmanville.
They say on January 22 many residents in the Lowell area lost power.
Deputies discovered cut power lines on Route 60.
They were able to track down a vehicle related to the incident and found cutting tools and pieces of power lines in the truck's bed.
Authorities arrested Woody and an accomplice, Troy Wheatley, for the incident.
They were both charged with Theft, Possession of Criminal Tools, and Disrupting Public Service.
Woody faces four felony indictments and failed to show up for court.
The Washington County Sheriff's Office believes Roy Woody could still be in the area.
So, if you have any information on where he may be, please call the sheriff's office at 740-376-7070.
If it's an emergency situation, call 911.
You can catch the next edition of the Mid-Ohio Valley's Most Wanted next Wednesday, on WTAP News at 6.
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