Police investigate burglary at Carroll Township Community Park

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Pennsylvania State Police are searching for suspects that burglarized the Carroll Township Community Park in Perry County between November 20th and December 4th. During that time period, the concession stand and two sheds were broken into and items were stolen. Troopers estimate the total loss at $1,500.

The suspects used a wooden plank to break the second floor window of the concession stand and took an Epson Projector and inflatable screen. They then went downstairs and drank some beer and soda that were in the concession stand.

Troopers say the suspects then made hot cocoa and packed up other items in the stand. Before leaving, they placed several plastic cups in the microwave and tried to melt them, damaging the microwave and cups inside.

Anyone with information on this crime is asked to contact the Pennsylvania State Police or Carroll Township Police Department.