Lower Paxton Police charge 14-year-old girl in Landis Field locker room theft

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Lower Paxton Police charged a 14-year-old teenager in the theft of electronics and cash from a locker room at Landis Field.

The theft occurred during the Central Dauphin East and State College high school football game last Friday. Sometime after halftime, police reported, the teenager and possibly others entered the visitor’s locker room and stole cell phones, electronics and cash.

She was charged with three counts of receiving stolen property after she was found in possession of three of the stolen cell phones. The three recovered phones, police said, have been returned to the State College victims. The investigation into the locker room thefts continues.

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