Police searching for man that stole eggs, money in Dauphin County

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DAUPHIN COUNTY, Pa.– Police are searching for a man that stole eggs and money multiple times from a building in Wayne Township.

The first theft occurred on July 19. The unknown man entered the building and took six dozen eggs, which are valued at $8.00. He pretended to pay for the eggs by taking imaginary money from his wallet and putting his hand in the can.

The second theft came on August 23, when the same man returned and took nine dozen eggs that are valued at $8.00. This time, he also removed a five dollar bill from the can.

The thief is described as approximately 25-35 years old with black hair and a black beard. He has a tribal tattoo on his left arm and drives a black Volkswagen Jetta that has a sun roof and camouflage seat covers on the front seats.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Pennsylvania State Police at Lykens at 717-362-8700.

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