Police look for suspects in Lebanon County car wash thefts

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Car was theft suspects

LEBANON COUNTY – Police in Lebanon County are looking for two people who broke into pay stations and stole money at two car washes.

Police say the two suspects drove up to the Liberty Car Wash in Union Township in a black Nissan Altima without registration.

They say the man drilled a hole into the pay station there and took all the cash inside.

Officers also say that on the same day, the pair returned to the car wash and took money from another pay station.

Officers say the suspects also went to the Finish Line II Car Wash in Jackson Township, in the same vehicle, and stole cash from a pay station at that location.

The male suspect has tattoos around his throat and on the left side of his neck, that possibly spells out “trouble.”

Police believe this theft may be related to a similar incident at a car wash in Derry Township, Dauphin County.  Also, incidents in Harrisburg and Lower Pottsgrove.

Any agency with additional information or investigating similar incidents should contact Trooper Nathan TRATE, Pennsylvania State Police (PSP), Jonestown Station, at (717) 865-2194 or by email ntrate@pa.gov.

 

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