Three Camp Burglaries Reported in Heath Township

HEATH TOWNSHIP, Pa. (EYT) – According to Marienville-based State Police,sometime between 12:00 p.m. on April 8 and 6:00 p.m. on April 12, three burglaries occurred on Manny Road, in Heath Township, Jefferson County.

– Police say an unknown perpetrator(s) entered a camp owned by a 58-year-old Munhall man by smashing out a window on a door and reaching inside and unlocking the door.

Once inside, the perpetrator(s) went through the cabinets and drawers and stole a bag of candy bars and a roll of duct tape.

– According to police, an unknown perpetrator(s) entered a camp owned by a 44-year-old Cabot man by kicking open a door.

Once inside, the perpetrator(s) went through the entire camp and stole a bag of dog food and 30 DVD’s.

– An unknown perpetrator(s) entered a camp owned by a 54-year-old Pittsburgh man by prying open two doors, police say.

Once inside, the perpetrator(s) went through the drawers and cabinets inside the camp. It is undetermined at this time if anything was stolen.


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