North Cornwall Township Police are seeking the public’s help in locating a vehicle and individuals suspected of being involved in the theft of a catalytic converter from a Miller & Bixler Auto box truck.
According to a press release, the pictured suspect entered the rear lot of the NAPA store at 1622 Cumberland St. in the early hours of Monday, Sept. 5, and cut off a catalytic converter from a company box truck.
Police said that suspect was dropped off and picked up by the pictured vehicle, which parked across the street at the time of the theft, appearing to be a lookout. The vehicle is believed to be an early 2000’s Toyota Camry or possibly a Corolla.
Police said that at the time of the theft, the vehicle was missing its front passenger hubcap and appeared to have paint damage on the roof and hood.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Patrolman Christian Jablonski at 717-274-0464 or email@example.com and reference incident number NC-22-1320.
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