State police are trying to find suspects after officers say debit and bank cards stolen from lockers at LA Health in Hempfield had been used to buy $2,400 value of things from the Hempfield Walmart.
On Sept. 2, two lockers had been damaged into on the LA Health close to the intersection of Route 30 and S. Greengate Highway after the locks had been lower with bolt cutters, police stated.
A number of playing cards had been taken from the victims’ wallets, and so they later reported a number of expenses on the playing cards from Walmart in Greengate Centre between 7:15 and seven:25 p.m. that day.
Officers reviewed surveillance footage from LA Health and Walmart.
Walmart loss prevention additionally supplied police with surveillance photographs and transaction lists confirming the usage of the playing cards.
Anybody with info on the incident can name state police at 724-832-3288.
Megan Tomasic is a Tribune-Evaluation workers author. You may contact Megan by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or through Twitter .
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