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Burglar Makes Off with Nearly $20,000 Worth of Trading Cards

Chambersburg

A burglar targeted All Fun & Games, a popular gaming store in Chambersburg, Franklin County, stealing nearly $20,000 worth of trading cards. State Police reported that the theft occurred between 5:30 p.m. on January 29 and 12:30 a.m. on January 30. Located on the 800 block of Lincoln Way West, the store fell victim to forced entry by one or more suspects.

The trading cards, valued at $18,930, were stolen, leaving the store owners and local gaming community reeling from the loss. As the investigation continues, State Police are seeking assistance from the public. Anyone with information regarding the incident is encouraged to contact the Chambersburg Barracks at (717) 264-5161.

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Patricia M Campbell 1932-2024

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