Traffic stop leads to catching suspects in Lewisburg break-in

Crime

A traffic stop on Christmas Eve morning lead to an arrest of two people who police believe are responsible for breaking into Second Time Around Thrift Store in Lewisburg.

Lewisburg Police responded to a break-in on December 22 at Second Time Around. According to police, $7,500 worth of jewelry, coins, and a handgun were reportedly stolen.

At 7:00 a.m. on December 24, a Greenbrier County Sheriff Deputy made a traffic stop on Brush Road near Lewisburg. After further investigation, the deputy recovered items from the vehicle that were believed to be stolen from the thrift store, and arrested the driver, Bruce Plumley.

Plumley was charged with Conspiracy to Commit a Felony and Travis Moyer was charged with Breaking and Entering, and Grand Larceny. Plumley is currently out on bond for other crimes. Both men are in Southern Regional Jail.

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