UNION TOWNSHIP, LEBANON COUNTY—Police in Lebanon County look for the suspects who stole thousands of dollars worth of items from a Fort Indiantown Gap Military Post in Union Township.
It happened sometime between 8 p.m. November 13 and 8 a.m. November 16 at the 28th Combat Aviation Brigade Armory building along Range Road.
- A commercial-size stainless steel refrigerator.
- A commercial-size stainless steel stove.
- A six-foot stainless steel five-pan steam table.
- A six-foot steel five-pan cold table.
- Six- and three-foot stainless steel prep tables.
- A toaster.
- 5/6 shelf with stainless steel wire racks.
- More than 30 steamer pans.
- Eight to 10 large pots.
- A large blue pallet jack.
- Five-gallon orange igloo water jugs.
- More than 35 tables.
- More than 250 chairs.
- Two chair dollies.
- Baking racks.
- An emersion heater.
- Trash cans.
- A meat slicer.
- Shelving units.
- Two spools of one-inch rope.
The total value of these items is estimated at almost $63,000.
Police found no signs of forced entry.
Hundreds of gallons of fuel was also stolen in two separate incidents.
Someone pumped 114 gallons of fuel at fuel point 12, at Hemlock and Logan Streets, around 12:50 p.m. November 13.
Around 10:30 a.m. November 14 someone pumped 680 gallons of diesel fuel from fuel point six at Richard and Service Roads.
Anyone with information on any of these thefts is urged to contact Pennsylvania State Police in Jonestown at 717-865-2194.