BERKELEY SPRINGS, W.Va. — The man wanted in the death of an elderly man in Morgan County last week has been arrested.

Morgan County Sheriff KC Bohrer tells MetroNews affiliate The Panhandle News Network investigators tracked Ian Bosben-Grayson, 30 down to the parking lot of the Jefferson Commons in Charles Town and arrested  him without incident just after 10 Tuesday morning.

Jefferson County Chief Deputy Victor Lupus arrested Bosben-Grayson and recovered the victim’s car.

Bosben-Grayson was named a suspect in the death of 75-year-old Geoffrey Reed, who was found dead in his home on Clear Springs Lane South of Berkeley Springs on Friday.  Investigators say the cause of death was blunt force trauma.

Sheriff Bohrer said the investigation was aided by the US Marshal’s service and as of mid-morning Tuesday, Morgan County Sheriff’s Captain Tim Stapleton and Lt. Seth Place were enroute to Jefferson County to process the vehicle for evidence.

Sheriff Bohrer said it was important to update the public because they were understandably concerned while the suspect, described by law enforcement as “extremely dangerous” was at large.

Reed’s body was taken to the state Medical Examiner’s Office for an autopsy.

The investigation is ongoing. Anyone with information regarding the man’s death is asked to contact the Morgan County Sheriff’s Department at 304-258-1067.