Fairmont State University Campus Police have announced that they have apprehended the man accused of stealing multiple vehicles on the Fairmont State Campus.
Campus police have announced that 33-year-old Jeremy White has been apprehended and the stolen Plymouth Breeze has been recovered.
White was arrested on a warrant for two stolen vehicles on the Fairmont State University campus, police said.
Police also said that they would like to thank their media partners and campus and community members for their assistance in the investigation.
Fairmont State University Campus Police have identified a person-of-interest they believe to be involved in a recent string of motor vehicle thefts on campus.
According to campus police, the person-of-interest is 33-year-old Jeremy White. White is a white male with red hair and blue eyes, police said. Officers also said that White is approximately 5’11” and 180 lbs.
The first of the motor vehicle thefts that White is believed to be involved in occurred on the afternoon of August 21, police said. Officers also said that the vehicle, a white GMC Sierra pick-up truck has been recovered.
According to police, at approximately 12:30 a.m. on Wednesday, August 29, the Campus Police Department was notified of a second motor vehicle theft on campus. Officers said the vehicle stolen is a 1998 Plymouth Breeze, tan in color, with a West Virginia registration number of O3F928. The vehicle was last seen exiting the top level of the parking garage around 10:19 p.m. on August 28.
Additionally, officers said the vehicle has a burned out registration light and a Fairmont State University parking sticker in the rear window.
Police are asking that anyone with any information about the whereabouts of the tan Plymouth Breeze or Jeremy White to contact the Fairmont State University Campus Police at 304-367-4157.