Police looking for particular person in Warrington Twp. theft

WARRINGTON TWP., Pa. — Police are looking for particular person accused of robbing a gasoline station in Bucks County.

Warrington Township Police stated they responded to a Lukoil on 1400 Easton Highway, Warrington Township round 11:52 p.m. on March 18 for a entrance glass break and movement alarm.

Police stated after they arrived on scene, they discovered the entrance window smashed and objects, together with cigarettes and drinks, taken from the shop. 

Police reviewed surveillance footage and located the suspect to be a white male wearing darkish pants. He’s proven carrying a grey shirt, a maroon hoodie and a darkish jacket with grey sneakers.

He was additionally proven carrying a plastic ROSS bag with him.

Police stated the person fled on foot going south on Easton Highway.

Anybody with info ought to contact Officer Frank Peranteau at 215-343-8423.

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