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Suspicious activity investigated at Lemoyne business

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LEMOYNE, Pa. (WHTM) -

Police are investigating suspicious activity at a Lemoyne business and are looking for tips from the public in solving the case.

West Shore Regional police said Penn Elevator Company reported Tuesday that someone cut the chain to the property in the 1st block of Market Street, entered the property and drove around.

No entry was made to any buildings.

Police have released surveillance photos that show the truck on the property.

Another photo is that of a male, seen earlier in the day while riding a bicycle from the railroad tracks, who was picked up by a truck that may be the same one that came back at night, police said.

Anyone with information is asked to call West Shore Regional police at 717-737-8734.

 

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