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Theft at T-Mobile Store in Cumberland County

Lower Allen Township Police are actively investigating a significant theft reported at the T-Mobile store located in the Capital City Mall in Cumberland County. The incident was first reported to the police on May 5th, but the theft occurred over several days, beginning May 2nd.

According to the police report, Keosha Harmon, an employee at the store, is accused of stealing a substantial amount from the store’s inventory and cash register. It was determined that Harmon allegedly took $518 in cash directly from the register. Additionally, she is suspected of stealing 16 cell phones from the store’s stock, with the total value of the stolen phones estimated to be around $15,010.

Following the investigation, the Lower Allen Township Police have filed charges against Harmon. In response to the findings, a warrant for Harmon’s arrest has been issued as authorities seek to address the significant breach of trust and financial loss to the store.


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