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Police log 1/22

January 21, 2001

Police log 1/22



Car break-ins are investigated


GREENCASTLE, Pa. - Pennsylvania State Police are investigating a string of car break-ins last week in Montgomery Township.

Seven cars along Bino Road were broken into between 11 p.m. Thursday and 6 a.m. Friday, police said. The day before, two cars on a nearby road were also broken into.

The thefts included:

-- Several cassette tapes and a small amount of money from a car at 5907 Bino Road, belonging to Robert William Everetts, Jr.

-- A gold watch with a black face and other items from Zachary Leroy Summers' car at 5212 Bino Road.

-- An Audio Ban Sub Box with two speakers from Vincent Allie DeShong's car at 5359 Bino Road.

-- Miscellaneous items from a car at 5240 Bino Road, belonging to Delta Rae Oberholzer.

-- A small amount of money from James Robert Potter's car at 6015 Bino Road.

-- A small amount of money from Linda Ann Boyer's car at 5394 Bino Road.

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-- Nothing was taken from Reggie Baker's Jeep at 5171 Bino Road, but the console was damaged during the same time frame of the other thefts.

-- Between 11 p.m. Wednesday and 6 a.m. Thursday, someone removed items from two unlocked cars on Burkett Road.

-- A half-carat diamond ring and credit cards were among items take from Babette Carla Rife's car at 10773 Burkett Road.

-- Two pool cues and numerous compact discs were taken from Larry Stephen Cotton's car at 10845 Burkett Road.

Police are investigating the thefts but have not charged anyone.

Anyone with information can contact Tpr. D.A. Julock at Pennsylvania State Police Chambersburg Barrack, 717-264-5161.

Chambersburg PD investigates incident


The Chambersburg Borough Police Department is investigating a Jan. 7 burglary that happened at the rear of 101 W. King St.

Police say a person entered a locked shed with a pair of bolt cutters and removed several portable tools, including a yellow Stanley portable air compressor, a red Milwaukee Sawzall, a blue Makita cordless drill and two wrench sets.

The Crime Solvers of Franklin County is seeking help on this case. If you have any information, call 1-717-263-3000. Any information leading to the arrest and conviction of the persons involved may result in a reward of up to $1,000. You can contact the Crime Solvers of Franklin County 24 hours a day and you do not need to leave your name.

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