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FRANKLIN COUNTY (Sept. 4, 2019) – Area police are asking for the public’s help in identifying an alleged shoplifter and finding the person who illegally dumped a television last week. One person was arrested recently in Waynesboro.


RETAIL THEFT: At around 1230 a.m. Tuesday Chambersburg Police Department responded to a theft at Sheetz on Norland Ave in which multiple food items were taken. 

The suspect fled the store towards the medical buildings on St. Paul Dr. and could not be located.  The suspect was accompanied by another male and a very small dog. 

The person shown in this photo may have information relevant to an ongoing police investigation. He is a person of interest, but not necessarily a suspect at this time.

Surveillance Photo of Retail Theft
Surveillance Photo of Retail Theft

If you believe you have information that can assist the police in identifying or locating this person, please leave a tip or contact the Borough of Chambersburg Police Department at (717) 264-4131


SCATTERING RUBBISH: On Aug. 28 at 10:57 p.m., Chambersburg Police Department received a report of scattering rubbish in the 100 block of Brookview Ave. The victim reported that someone laid a television in front of a rented dumpster sometime between the hours of 10 and 10:30 p.m.

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Anyone with information regarding this incident is asked to contact CPD at (717) 264-4131.


TERRORISTIC THREATS: Christopher S. VanHorn, Waynesboro, has been charged with one count each of terroristic threats and harassment following a domestic violence incident on August 19 at 3:25 p.m. on West Main Street.

Christopher S. VanHorn
Christopher S. VanHorn

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