ROANOKE CO., Va. -

Franklin County deputies arrested a man considered armed and dangerous on Friday morning.

Joshua Bolt, 37, of Roanoke, was wanted in connection with Roanoke County burglaries.

Bolt is now being held without bond at the Roanoke County-Salem Jail. According to U.S. marshals, he was arrested around 7:30 a.m. by a joint fugitive task force involving the U.S. Marshal's Service, Roanoke County police and Franklin County deputies.

Bolt is charged with:

- One count of felony currency forging
- One count of felony possession of a firearm by a convicted felon
- One count of felony possession of a stun gun by a convicted felon
- One count of felony breaking and entering
- One felony count of grand larceny
- One felony count of firearm larceny
- One felony and two misdemeanor counts of property damage
- One misdemeanor charge of auto tampering
- One misdemeanor charge of trespassing

Tiffany Bolt, 28, of Roanoke, and Joshua Bolt had been reported missing since August 16.

Police put out a missing persons alert on the two Tuesday afternoon after their car was found abandoned in a person’s driveway over the weekend. At the time, it was believed they were in danger.

After the alert went out, police got a tip that the two were on a riding lawn mower going up Bennington Street in southeast Roanoke. When authorities arrived, Joshua Bolt ran.

City police say the property they found on Tiffany Bolt is related to a burglary that happened on Monday.

According to authorities, the two are linked to three burglaries in the eastern part of Roanoke County.

Tiffany Bolt is in the Roanoke County Jail. She is charged with:

- Two counts of felony breaking and entering
- Three counts of felony grand larceny
- One count of felony larceny of a firearm
- Two counts of misdemeanor property damage
- One count of misdemeanor trespassing
- One count of misdemeanor auto tampering

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A man who had been reported missing Tuesday afternoon is on the run from police.

Police say Joshua Bolt, 37, of Roanoke, is "considered armed and dangerous." He is wanted on numerous charges.

Tiffany Holland Bolt, 28, of Roanoke was taken into custody. She is being held in the Roanoke County Jail. Tiffany Bolt is charged with:

- Two counts of felony breaking and entering
- Three counts of felony grand larceny
- One count of felony larceny of a firearm
- Two counts of misdemeanor property damage
- One count of misdemeanor trespassing
- One count of misdemeanor auto tampering

Tiffany and Joshua Bolt had been reported missing since August 16.

Police put out a missing persons alert on the two Tuesday afternoon after their car was found abandoned in a person’s driveway over the weekend. At the time, it was believed they were in danger.

After the alert went out, City Police got a tip that the two were on a riding lawn mower going up Bennington Street in southeast Roanoke. When authorities arrived, Joshua Bolt ran.

Police tried to track down Joshua Bolt with a K-9, but could not locate him.

City Police say the property they found on Tiffany Bolt is related to a burglary that happened on Monday.

According to authorities, the two are linked to three burglaries in the eastern part of Roanoke County.

Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Joshua Bolt should call Roanoke County Police at 540-562-3265.

Police urge anyone who comes in contact with him to call 911.