Duo Accused of $1,500 Shoplifting Spree

Two Pennsylvania men are accused of stealing more $1,500 worth of electric toothbrushes and razors, teeth whitening strips and food from Walmart stores in Harrison and Frazer.

Frazer police said they received a tip Saturday from police in Harrison that the two men had shoplifted at the Walmart in Harrison and could be headed to Frazer. “(Harrison police) said the men were probably on the way to our Walmart at Pittsburgh Mills mall,” Frazer police Chief Terry Kuhns said Tuesday.

Frazer police said responding officers found a pickup reported to be carrying the men parked outside the Walmart at the Pittsburgh Mills shopping complex, and several items with store security sensors on them were in the bed of the truck.

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Police said they watched as the men — later identified as Craig James Hazlett, 35, of Harrison, and Jacob Alan Greathouse, 29, of Evans City — placed two backpacks in the bed of the pickup after leaving the Frazer store.

After police pulled over the pickup, they said they found store merchandise along with steel snips and scissors that had been used to cut security sensors. Police said… Valley News Dispatch

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