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Chambersburg Police Investigate Retail Theft at Sheetz

On April 2, 2024, the Chambersburg Police Department was called to the Sheetz convenience store located at 1 Monticello Court, Chambersburg, PA, to address a reported incident of retail theft. According to the police report, three individuals were observed selecting merchandise from the store’s displays, concealing the items in their pockets, and exiting the premises without making payment for the goods.

In connection with this ongoing investigation, the Chambersburg Police have identified a person of interest, who is believed to possess information pertinent to the case. Although this individual is not currently classified as a suspect, authorities are seeking the public’s assistance in identifying or locating them to further the investigation.

Anyone with information that could aid in this case is urged to contact the Borough of Chambersburg Police Department directly at (717) 264-4131 or submit a tip via the Crimewatch website.

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