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Etown woman wanted for robbery, attack in Craigslist sale

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Amber N. Consylman Amber N. Consylman
ELIZABETHTOWN, Pa. (WHTM) -

Police have filed charges against an Elizabethtown woman in an assault where a man was beaten with a baseball bat while he tried to buy a television advertised on the Craigslist website.

Amber N. Consylman, 19, remains at large and a warrant has been issued for her arrest, Elizabethtown police said Monday.

She is wanted on charges of robbery, conspiracy, aggravated assault, and theft from a motor vehicle.

Consylman is believed to be the woman who led a 44-year-old man behind the MoviEtown Cinema where he was struck on the head and arm with a baseball bat and knocked to the ground before he escaped his attacker Nov. 5, police said.

The victim, Dave Mull, had responded to a Craigslist advertisement to purchase a television set and had arranged to meet the seller at the movie theater.

Consylman allegedly used the name "Amanda" when she met with Mull.

Anyone with information concerning her whereabouts is asked to call Elizabethtown police at 717-367-1835.

 

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