An alleged burglar is back in police custody Monday afternoon.
Kanawha County deputies say they caught up with Andrew Ryan Nomar on Venable Avenue in Chesapeake, Kanawha County.
Nomar took off on Sunday evening - still in handcuffs - after deputies arrested him in connection with a burglary in the Rand area.
Kanawha County deputies need your help to find an alleged burglar who escaped custody on Sunday evening.
Kanawha County deputies say they responded to the 5700 block of Midland Drive in Rand around 10:30pm Sunday. That's where they found a residence had been broken into. Deputies found Andrew Ryan Nomar, 20, of Rand, nearby and took him into custody.
Nomar was placed inside the cruiser while deputies continued to search for the other suspect - that is when he took off on foot.
Deputies and department K-9 units continued to search the area for the suspect but did not find him.
Nomar is described as a white male, 6'1" tall and about 150 pounds. He has green eyes and sandy hair. He was last seen wearing a black t-shirt, blue and white plaid shorts, and possibly handcuffed.
If you have any information on his whereabouts, call the Sheriff's office at 304-357-0169.
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