$23,000 Cash Stolen from Sykesville Eagles, $25,000 Property Damage Left Behind

Blue flashing sirens of police car during the roadblock in the cWINSLOW TOWNSHIP, Pa. (EYT) – DuBois-based State Police are investigating a burglary at the Sykesville Eagles on Sykes Street Extension in Winslow Township, Jefferson County.

Police say that on November 10, 2015, between 1:25 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. unknown actors gained entry into the Sykesville Eagles.

There was no sign of forced entry.

While inside, actors cut wires for the alarm system and phones.

The actors then proceeded to break open an ATM machine which contained $5,000, a ticket machine which contained $1,000, a Touchtone video machine which contained an unknown amount of cash, according to police.

The actors then entered the office area where they removed two large Liberty safes. The safes contained approximately $13,000.

They loaded the safes on a dolly and removed them from the business and loaded them in a dark-colored SUV before departing the scene.

Police say the total approximate value of U.S. Currency stolen was $23,000

The total value of damaged property was $25,000.

Surveillance video showed three actors wearing masks to hide their identities.

Anyone with information regarding this investigation can contact DuBois-based State Police at (814) 371-4652.

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