Police in Northern York County, Pennsylvania have gone public with their plea to find suspects who have been accused of stealing toilet paper.
Sometimes its not the obvious, valuable items that are burglary targets. Instead, it can be the cheap, basic necessities.
Police in Northern York County, Pennsylvania have gone public with their plea to find suspects who have been accused of stealing toilet paper. The thieves reportedly also swiped paper towels, baby formula and diapers from a grocery store.
The value of the merchandise was about $500. The theft took place on September 2 at the Weis Markets where 2 females and 1 male suspect purportedly committed the crime. Similar thefts have been reported at other stores in the area. Law enforcement have released surveillance footage of the alleged culprits at another location where they fled the scene after being confronted by police.
Anyone with information is urged to contact the Northern York County Regional Police Department directly or utilize the crime tip reporting section of their website.