Pulaski County suspect arrested in Roanoke after reportedly stealing multiple vehicles

PULASKI COUNTY, Va.UPDATE

A man wanted for vehicle theft in Pulaski County was taken into custody in Roanoke, according to the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Office.

Thomas Matthew Clark has been charged with the following:

  • Grand larceny - auto theft
  • Disregard police command to stop, endangerment
  • 20 mph or more over speed limit -limit is 30 mph or less
  • Drive while license revoked - first offense
  • Intentionally damage any property/monument >=$1000
  • Intentionally damage any property/monument >=$1000
  • Grand larceny - auto theft

ORIGINAL STORY

On Sunday, the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Office said they were made aware of a suspicious man near Airport Street in Dublin.

Pulaski County Sheriff’s Office stated soon after the suspicious man report, they received reports of a stolen car in a similar area.

Deputies said they then attempted to conduct a traffic stop, but the vehicle sped away.

Later, a different car was reported stolen at the 2600 block of Old Route 100 Road in Draper.

Authorities said the car later crashed in a field and the suspect ran away.

Another vehicle was reported stolen from a neighboring road and was last seen headed toward Wythe County.

Officials have identified the suspect as Thomas Matthew Clark of Roanoke.

They said Clark has multiple other outstanding warrants.

Authorities said if you see him or know his whereabouts, call 911.


About the Authors

Sydney joined the WSLS 10 News team in June 2021.

Thomas grew up right here in Roanoke and is a graduate of Salem High School and Virginia Tech.

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