Pair steal child’s iPod left on restaurant table

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EAST LAMPETER TWP., Pa. – Police in Lancaster County are on the lookout for the suspects who allegedly stole an 11 year old child’s iPod Touch that was left on a restaurant table.  It happened at about 10:00 am on Tuesday at the McDonald’s at the East Towne Hall, 2090 Lincoln Highway East.

The child had left the table to speak with her parent, who was in another area of the restaurant, leaving the iPod at the table. A  male suspect entered the McDonald’s accompanied by a female with a cane. The couple walk up to the counter, then the man walks back to the table and steals the iPod before the child returns to the table.

Images of both suspects were captured on surveillance cameras. The man is a white, between 30-40 years of age with short dark hair, a short mustache and goatee. He was wearing a dark gray T-shirt with an unknown logo and black pants.

The female is white, heavyset, with dark shoulder length hair.  She was wearing a blue sweater,  walks with a noticeable limp and uses a cane.

The couple were reported to have driven away in a maroon in color, early 1990’s, Jeep Grand Cherokee in poor condition.

Anyone with information is asked to submit a tip or contact East Lampeter Township Police Lt. Robin Weaver at (717) 291-4676.