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Serial Market Thieves Make off with Thousands of Dollars’ Worth of Groceries

Lower Allen Township police are looking for three people they believe are writing counterfeit checks to get groceries and gift cards from Weis Markets in the central Pennsylvania area.

Loss prevention employees at the grocery chain’s Lowther Road location told police that on May 23, two women and a man used three checks to buy items worth a total of $2,724.35.

They left the area in a red Mazda, police said.Employees later discovered the checks were fake. Authorities believe the trio has committed the same crime at other local stores. Anyone who recognizes these individuals or has information regarding the thefts can contact township police at 717.975.7575. Tips can also be submitted online…  PennLive

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