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Subaru Stolen from Cumbola Auto Shop

stolen 2006 subaru forester
(Image: kbb.com)

stolen 2006 subaru forester

(Image: kbb.com)

State Police in Frackville are currently trying to locate a vehicle stolen from a business near Cumbola, Blythe Township, recently.

According to information from police, the theft happened some time between 2:30 p.m. on Sunday and 2 p.m. Monday at Stonewall Motors, Cumbola.

Police say the stolen vehicle is a 2006 silver Subaru Forester (file photo seen above). The Pennsylvania license plate on the vehicle at the time it was stolen is KHD4866.

The swiped Subaru featured a dented front passenger side and dented driver’s side door.

If you have any information on this vehicle and its whereabouts, please contact State Police in Frackville at 570-874-5300.

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