Police: Thief Took $4,900 In Razors From Pa. Store
SOMERSET, Pa. (AP) – State police are searching for a thief who wheeled a shopping cart full of razors out of a southwestern Pennsylvania Wal-Mart.
Police in Somerset say the theft happened June 12 and that the razors are worth about $4,900.
Police in various jurisdictions say similar thefts are on the rise and they believe the stolen razors are being resold online or at flea markets.
The Pennsylvania store hit was in Somerset Township, about 55 miles southeast of Pittsburgh.