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Police believe purse, car thefts related

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Surveillance photo from Dollar General Surveillance photo from Dollar General
Surveillance photo from Dollar General Surveillance photo from Dollar General
Surveillance photo from Dollar General Surveillance photo from Dollar General
Surveillance photo from Dollar General Surveillance photo from Dollar General
CAMP HILL, Pa. (WHTM) -

Camp Hill police have recovered a stolen car that was connected to a theft in Middlesex Township.

The white Ford Mustang was found in the parking lot of the Camp Hill Shopping Center.

Police say the car belongs to an employee at the Dollar General  in the 1100 block of Harrisburg Pike.

Security video showed a man enter the Dollar General office on Tuesday, pick up the purse and leave with it tucked under his coat, police said.

The man was described as 5'10" to 6'0" tall with blond hair, and wearing a black winter coat with a hooded sweatshirt, black jeans and white sneakers.

Camp Hill police recovered the stolen Mustang Wednesday after responding to a theft call at a the Staples at the Camp Hill Shopping Center.

Police say a Staples employee reported her purse was stolen from the store locker room and her car was also missing.

Police believe the two incidents are related. They are trying to identify the man and a woman in the surveillance video from the Dollar General incident.

An employee also saw the suspect leaving the parking lot of the Dollar General in a blue minivan, possibly a Ford Windstar, police said.

 

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