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A man is arrested in Sarasota who deputies say killed in Pasco County

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SARASOTA COUNTY, FL (WFLA) -

The Sarasota Police officers caught up with Robert Allen Shelly at the 10th Street boat ramp in Sarasota Friday after he was caught on surveillance cameras in the convenience stores in Pinellas Park, Seminole, and St. Petersburg in the last few days.

According to the Pasco County Sheriff's Office reports, Shelly killed a man at the Pasco homeless camp. They found the body of 53-year-old Darrell Bland on January 26. A warrant was issued for Shelly's arrest and the deputies said there would be a reward for anybody who would help catch him.

It was the US Marshal's Fugitive Task Force and Sarasota Police joined effort that helped arrest Shelly Friday.

"This is a sure sign that you know that law enforcement working together we can capture anybody we are looking for, said Pasco County Sheriff Nocco.

Shelly will be extradited to Pasco County, Sheriff Nocco told us.

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