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Police: 13 items worth over $4K stolen from vehicle in Butler County

Madasyn Lee

State police are seeking information about a vehicle theft in Oakland Township, Butler County where two men made off with more than a dozen items worth more than $4,400.

The thefts occurred on Sept. 13, when two unidentified men stole the items from a vehicle that was parked along Saint Joe Road.

The thieves took binoculars and binoculars harness, a bow case, arrow quiver, folding knife and $10 in change, troopers said. There were 13 items in all. Combined, they are worth more than $4,400.

Anyone with information is asked to call Butler state police at 724-284-8100.

Madasyn Lee is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Madasyn at [email protected], 724-226-4702 or via Twitter.

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