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Chambersburg police have investigated two thefts of leased property and taken a vandalism report.


LOST: Chambersburg Police Department officers took a report of a lost wallet recently. The reporting person stated that the wallet was black in color, a bi-fold, and had a picture of Marilyn Monroe on it.

Anyone with information is asked to call the Chambersburg Police Dept. at (717) 264-4131.


THEFT: An arrest warrant has been issued for Wesley Allen Guziewicz, 26, on theft of leased property charges. Police allege he failed to make required payments on items he leased from Rent A Center.

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Wesley Allen Guziewicz

Rent A Center made multiple attempts to contact Guziewicz to have him return the property and were not successful. For this reason, Guziewicz is now wanted for the Theft of leased property. 

Anyone with information is asked to call the Chambersburg Police Dept. at (717) 264-4131.

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THEFT: Christopher Lee Sperow, 30, failed to make required payments on items he leased from Rent A Center.  Rent A Center made multiple attempts to contact Sperow and have the property returned without success.  For this reason, Sperow is now wanted for Theft of leased property. 

Anyone with information on Sperow is asked to contact the Chambersburg Police Dept. at (717) 264-4131.


VANDALISM: Chambersburg Police Department took a criminal mischief report on Dec. 15. It was reported that a green transformer box was damaged sometime within the past two months.

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Police are looking for information about damage to this transformer box, damaged some time in the last two months.

The transformer box is located off the roadway near the intersection of St. Paul DrIve and Parkwood Drive. 

Anyone with information on Sperow is asked to contact the Chambersburg Police Dept. at (717) 264-4131.

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