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Troopers need help identifying suspect in Hempfield video game thefts

Paul Peirce
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State police in Greensburg
Suspect in May 11 theft from GameStop store at Greengate Centre in Hempfield. Anyone with information can call state police in Greensburg at 724-832-3288.
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Suspect in May 11 theft from GameStop store at Greengate Centre in Hempfield. Anyone with information can call state police in Greensburg at 724-832-3288. May 20, 2019
Suspect in May 11 theft from GameStop store at Greengate Centre in Hempfield. Anyone with information can call state police in Greensburg at 724-832-3288.

State police in Greensburg are trying to identify a man who wandered into the backroom of a Hempfield video game store May 11 and made off with a package containing several hand-held video games.

Trooper Riley Giaquinto said the man entered the GameStop store at 2200 Greengate Center Circle about 3 p.m. and waited until the store clerk was busy with customers “and slipped into the backroom.”

Giaquinto said the man stole approximately five hand-held video game devices valued at several hundred dollars. Troopers released security camera photographs of the suspect Monday.

Anyone with information is asked to call state police at 724-832-3288.

Paul Peirce is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Paul at 724-850-2860, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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