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Six Display Phones Stolen From T-Mobile


On 1/10/2023 at approximately 1958 hours, CPD was dispatched to T-Mobile at 450 Gateway Avenue for retail theft.  The store manager said two suspects wearing hospital-style masks asked him to retrieve product out of the back room.  

When the manager left the sales floor, the males grabbed six display phones that were attached to anti-theft wires and were able to pull them free, and then fled the business. 

The subjects shown in these pictures may have information relevant to an ongoing police investigation.  They are persons of interest but not necessarily suspects at this time.  Anyone who believes they have information which would assist in identifying these people is asked to contact the Chambersburg Police Department or submit a tip on Crimewatch. 


Jack G “Digger” Mellott 1926-2024

Jack was a United States Navy Veteran serving at Pearl Harbor, Okinawa, Guam, and Nagasaki during WWII. Jack enjoyed working outside and maintaining his home and property.

David M Lawver 1970-2024

Dave was a member of the Foursquare Church in Gettysburg, PA. He was employed at Shadowfax in York since 1990.

Peter Kernan McCrary 1934-2024

Pete grew up in the Washington, DC area and had fond memories of learning to sail on the Potomac River. He was an avid sailor and boat builder for the rest of his life.

Ella G Daywalt 1929-2024

Ella was employed with the Waynesboro Area School District and worked in Mowrey Elementary as a cafeteria aide for many years.

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