Police briefs - June 14

June 13, 2011

More than $4,600 worth of power tools stolen from garage

WAYNESBORO, Pa. — Pennsylvania State Police are investigating the theft of more than $4,600 worth of power tools from a garage in Quincy Township.

Police said in a news release that between June 4 and 8, the tools allegedly were taken from 7746 Burkholder Road.

Among the tools allegedly taken were three Bostich nail guns, two Makita screw guns, a Makita shop kit, a three-piece Makita screw gun, a gas Stihl chop saw, a Dewalt hammer drill, a diamond tip concrete blade, a Milwaukee right-angle drill and a Makita power handsaw, police said.

Anyone with information about the incident is asked to call Pennsylvania State Police at 717-264-5161 or Franklin County Crime Solvers at 717-263-3000.

Washington County Sheriff's Office reports incidents

The following incidents were reported Friday through Monday by the Washington County Sheriff's Office:

  • A burglary in the 900 block of The Terrace.
  • A 2002 Toyota Camry vandalized in the 18600 block of Carolyn Street.
  • Vandalism in the 1900 block of Londontowne Drive.
  • All four tires of a 2000 Ford Ranger punctured in the 13600 block of Clear Spring Road.
  • Vandalism at Washington County Regional Park.
  • Vinyl siding was vandalized in the 400 block of Westminster Court.
  • A theft in the 17500 block of Virginia Avenue.
  • A theft in the 16800 block of Shinham Road.
  • A theft in the 19900 block of Lemuel Lane.
  • A vehicle tag stolen from a motorcycle in the 21300 block of Twin Springs Drive.
  • Numerous vehicles entered on Johnnycake Lane, Newport Court and Portsmouth Drive.
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