Thousands of dollars worth of equipment was stolen from a local Home Depot, police say.
State troopers say two men and a woman were responsible for the thefts that occurred at the Home Depot in South Union Township.
Two microwaves, a stove, a gas grill and a John Deere riding mower were all stolen from the store. The thieves are also believed to have taken drinks.
Overall, the stolen goods were worth $4,697.60.
The thefts happened on July 17 and 22.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the state police.
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