SHERMANS DALE, Pa (WHTM) – Police are looking for a crook who broke into a house in Perry County and made himself at home before stealing an iPad.
Pennsylvania State Police said on April 3 the burglar got into a house on Spring Road in Carroll Township without using force.
Once inside, they said he drank some orange juice, ate a bowl of cereal, washed his laundry and took a shower. He left his socks behind in the washer.
Before leaving the home, police said he took an Apple iPad Pro valued at $600.
The burglar was caught on a “nanny cam.” He is described as a white man, approximately six feet tall, very skinny, 40-45 years old, bald and wearing only black underwear.
If you have any information on this crime, give police a call.