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Benton, Ill. man accused of stealing thousands in merchandise

Anthony Keller (Source: Franklin County Jail) Anthony Keller (Source: Franklin County Jail)
WEST CITY, IL (KFVS) -

A Benton, Ill. man was arrested on theft charges.

Anthony Keller, 46, is accused of stealing thousands of dollars in merchandise.

Police got a theft call from the West City Walmart.

Police say Keller allegedly walked out of the store on two separate occasions with a shopping cart full of items.

Police found more than $7,000 of stolen merchandise inside Keller's home that he had allegedly taken from the Walmart store in West City.

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