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Blue Mountain Says Someone Ripped Off Donation Jar from Cressona Elementary

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blue mountain elementary theft

The Superintendent at Blue Mountain School District says someone ripped off a donation jar at Cressona Elementary and needs help identifying the suspect.

David Helsel set out a public plea for help Tuesday afternoon asking for the public’s help identifying who allegedly took a jar filled with donations.

The donations were destined for the Big Impact Program, Helsel says, part of the Big Brothers-Big Sisters program. The alleged theft took place at about 12:04 a.m. Monday.

Helsel released the surveillance video stills seen in this article showing the perp, clad in mostly black, walking the halls of Cressona Elementary School.

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If anyone has information on this incident, they’re asked to call the Blue Mountain School District office at 570-366-0515.


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