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Man Wanted in Television Thefts in Three KY Counties

Reported by: Christine Winter
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Updated: 12/07/2011 7:04 pm
Frankfort Police accuse a man of trying to steal television sets from three counties.

And investigators say they have one of the thefts on surveillance tape.

They're looking for Derrek Cornish.

Police also accuse a second man, Seth Witherby, of several charges including theft and trespassing.

Investigators say Witherby also hit stores in Scott and Anderson counties.

He's in jail in Frankfort.


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