iPods and iPhones stolen from Hometown Wal-Mart
Rush Township police in Schuylkill County are looking for 2 males who stole several thousand dollars worth of iPods and iPads from the Wal-Mart Supercenter in Hometown.
The theft occurred at 3 a.m. on Thursday. Both males in the surveillance photos and videos appear to be in their late teens to mid-20s and over 5 feet tall. The first male suspect has an above average build, black hair with possible ponytail, black chin-beard, and was wearing a black/dark-hooded sweat shirt (with white/gray hood inner), gray shirt/sweater, blue jeans and black/dark shoes.
This male also appears to be a smoker.
The other male suspect has a thin build and was wearing a red hooded sweat shirt with symmetrical pattern located on the chest, worn-style blue jeans and brown/dark shoes.
The suspects drove away in a four-door gray sedan with silver hub caps. For more photos and views of the crime, visit Tamaqua Crime Watch's website at www.TamaquaCrimeWatch.com.
Anyone with information is encouraged to call the Rush Township Police Department at (570) 668-4242.