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Wanted Valdosta man caught in Missouri

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VALDOSTA, GA (WALB) -

Alford Woods, Jr., was wanted in Valdosta for Armed Robbery of the MS Food Mart, on East Park Avenue, on September 12, and the GNC Store on Bemiss Road the next day.

He was arrested Sunday in Kansas City, Missouri by the U.S. Marshal Service. Woods also had arrest warrants for Possession of a Firearm During the Commission of a Crime.  Detectives may have additional charges on Woods. 

Extradition proceedings will take place, and it is not known at this time when Woods will be returned to Georgia.

Woods brother, Richard Walton, 37, is still wanted for armed robbery charges in connection with the GNC robbery. 

Walton has outstanding arrest warrants for Party to the Crime Armed Robbery and  Party to the Crime Kidnapping. 

If anyone has any information on the whereabouts of Walton, please notify law enforcement immediately.

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