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Woman wanted for theft in Springettsbury Township

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YORK, Pa. (WHTM) -

Police are attempting to identify a woman wanted for retail theft at a York County grocery store.

Springettsbury Township police said the woman on Tuesday stole merchandise from the Giant food store in the 2400 block of East Market Street, then attempted to return it for cash.

She was denied the return, but left the store with the stolen merchandise, police said.

Authorities have release surveillance photos of the woman and her vehicle.

Anyone who recognizes her is asked to call Springettsbury police at 717-757-3525.

 

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