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Greencastle Police briefs

September 09, 2008

Bike stolen on East Madison Street



GREENCASTLE, Pa. -- A boys bicycle was stolen Friday from the front yard of a house in the 100 block of East Madison Street, Greencastle Police said in a news release.

The bike was taken between 6:30 and 10:30 p.m., police said. It was a 20-inch, dark blue and silver Mongoose bike with silver pegs on the front and rear wheels, police said. It was valued at $100. Anyone with information may contact Greencastle Police at 717-597-9506.




GPS unit, cash stolen on East Franklin Street



GREENCASTLE, Pa. -- A GPS unit and $30 in cash were stolen over the weekend from a Honda CR-V parked in the first block of East Franklin Street, Greencastle Police said in a news release.

A cassette adapter was also taken, police said. The theft occurred between Friday afternoon and Sunday afternoon, police said. The victims did not know whether the car was locked, but there were no signs of forced entry, police said. Anyone with information may contact Greencastle Police at 717-597-9506.

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Tools taken from truck parked at Hicks Chevrolet



GREENCASTLE, Pa. -- Several DeWalt saws and drills, and two tool boxes containing plumbing equipment were taken from the bed of a truck over Labor Day weekend at Hicks Chevrolet, Greencastle Police said in a news release.

The items were taken between Aug. 29 and Sept. 2, police said. Anyone with information may contact Greencastle Police at 717-597-9506.




Copper wire cut from poles on Tyron and Grant streets



GREENCASTLE, Pa. -- Copper ground wire was cut last week from poles on Tyrone Street and Grant Street, Greencastle Police said in a news release.

The wire belonged to Allegheny Power, police said. It was taken between 7 p.m. Sept. 2 and 8 a.m. Sept. 3, police said. Anyone with information may contact Greencastle Police at 717-597-9506.

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