Reward offered for information on Foodland robbery suspect
The friends of a man who was beaten and robbed several years ago are offering a reward for a woman involved in that incident who is also wanted in the robbery of a Kanawha City Foodland earlier this month.
The Friends of Jeff Moore group is offering a $1,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of Telisa McCauley, Lt. Steve Cooper announced Saturday afternoon.
McCauley is one of two suspects still wanted for her alleged role in the Foodland robbery that left a store clerk seriously injured.
In 2010, police found Jeff Moore lying in a pool of blood on Fife Street, a walkway between Capitol and Summers Street. McCauley removed Moore’s wallet from his pocket after he suffered a beating from another accomplice that left him in a coma for 56 days. She was sentenced to 10 years in jail and served about two-and-a-half years. Moore suffered permanent brain damage.
“Obviously she is a dangerous person; she has been involved in several serious incidents” Cooper said of McCauley. “These two robberies have resulted in life-threatening injuries for two different people.”
Police said McCauley, 23, and Alisyn Proctor were waiting in a Chrysler PT Cruiser a few blocks away last week after John Proctor III, 19, and a 17-year-old identified as “L.L.” robbed the Foodland in Kanawha City.
John Proctor allegedly shot a store clerk in the chest when she entered the store’s office, where he and the juveniles had gotten into the safe.
Alisyn Proctor, John’s sister, is still wanted for her role in the robbery.
Police are asking anyone with information to call Metro 911 at 304-348-8111.
“Some time has now gone by, and Ms. McCauley and Ms. Proctor are both still on the run and they have not turned themselves in,” Cooper said. “We have not located them yet but we will eventually find both of them, and they’re going to have to face a judge and jury for what they did.”