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State Police arrest two men for breaking into the Project Share facility on Waggoners Gap Road as well as the Country Butcher Shop last November. Colin Wilson, 22, and Daniel Jumbelick, 21, both of Carlisle, allegedly smashed windows to get inside the businesses. They got away with undisclosed amounts of cash and other items. The pair also tried to break into a Unimart in West Pennsboro Township, but were unable to get inside.

Project Share is a charitable organization made up of 66 local churches, schools, and civic organizations. According to their website, they provide food, money, and essential basic assistance to more than 1000 families each month in the communities of Carlisle, Carlisle Springs, Mt. Holly Springs, Boiling Springs, Gardners, Plainfield, New Kingstown, and Middlesex. Of those needing assistance, about 20% are seniors and nearly 30% are children.