State Police Seek Info on Richland Twp. Burglary

| April 16, 2019

RICHLAND TWP., Pa. (EYT) – State Police in Clarion are asking for the public’s help with a recent burglary investigation in Richland Township, Clarion County.

According to a release issued Monday by Trooper Fluke, police are investigating a burglary that occurred between February 11 and April 11 at camp along Master Road.

The following items were reported stolen from the camp:

  • OLD KEROSENE LANTERN, Value – $10.00
  • DENIM JACKETS, Value – $20.00
  • DENIM JEANS, Value – $20.00
  • CORDLESS DRILL & CORDED DRILL, Value – $60.00
  • DYNEX 32″ FLAT SCREEN TV, Value – $200.00
  • SLOW COOKER, Value – $10.00
  • INFLATABLE MATTRESS, Value $50.00
  • PERSONAL PAPER BATHROOM ITEMS, Value – $10.00
  • DOUBLE PANE EXT. GLASS WINDOW, Value – $300.00

The victim is listed as a 79-year-old Pittsburgh man.

Anyone with information related to this case is asked contact Clarion-based State Police at 814-226-1710.


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