An Orwigsburg man says his car was stolen from him while he was buying coffee at a convenience store.
According to State Police in Schuylkill Haven, the incident occurred on Sept. 11 at around 9:30 in the morning.
The unidentified 45-year-old Orwigsburg man says he was inside a Cressona convenience store getting a coffee when someone lifted his vehicle.
Police have not identified the name of the store in Cressona but do say it’s located along Pottsville St.
The stolen vehicle is listed as a 2003 gold Ford Taurus.
If you have any information on this incident, you’re asked to call the PSP barracks in Schuylkill Haven at 570-593-2000. You can reference incident number PA 2020-1288660.
Truck Parts Pulled and Stolen from Porter Township
On Saturday afternoon, Sept. 12, a Tremont-area man says a person arrived at his home on Joliett St. in Porter Township to buy a fender from his truck.
The would-be buyer took the fender but also allegedly stole “numerous other parts” from the victim’s truck and got out of there without paying.
The value of the missing parts is about $300 and police haven’t made any arrest in this case yet.
Vehicle Stolen in Pitman Recovered in Dauphin County
In another recent vehicle theft, a Pitman woman and her son say their 2006 Hummer was swiped from their home. This happened back on Aug. 26, just before 4 p.m.
Police later recovered the vehicle in Dauphin County.
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