Trio sought in theft of TV from South Union Wal-Mart
Police are investigating a retail theft during which three suspects allegedly stole a flat-screen television from Wal-Mart in South Union.
According to state police at Uniontown, a male with a thin build wearing khaki shorts, a blue shirt, black plaid hat and white tennis shoes entered the store and exited through a fire-escape door with a 50-inch flat-screen television.
The suspect fled on foot and was picked up by a male with a thin build and long black hair wearing a black T-shirt, black shorts and a black beanie cap, as well as a female wearing a blue sweatshirt and baseball cap. The three fled south on Matthew Drive in a silver Jeep Cherokee bearing Pennsylvania registration number JFB5150.
Anyone with information regarding the incident is asked to call state police at 724-439-7111.
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