Police are searching for a man and woman who they say were caught on surveillance video stealing from a Pennsylvania car wash.
On May 26 a black Nissan Altima without a registration plate approached a pay station at the Liberty Carwash in Union Township, Lebanon County.
Surveillance video from the Liberty Carwash shows an unidentified man emerge from the backseat of the vehicle. He then drills through the lock attached to the pay station and removes all the cash inside. Police also say an unidentified woman was driving the car.
The two suspects returned to Liberty Carwash and broke into a second pay station, once again removing all the cash inside, according to police. Police also say the duo stole from the Finish Line II Carwash in Jackson Township, Lebanon County on May 29. The thefts also may be related to similar car wash thefts in Derry Township, Dauphin County, Harrisburg and Lower Pottsgrove.
The first suspect is described as a man between the ages of 18 and 48 with a tattoo along the left side of his neck that says “TROUBLE.” He was last seen wearing sunglasses, a black flat rim hat, a gray and white flannel shirt with a white t-shirt underneath, jeans, black gloves and diamond earrings.
Police have not released a detailed description of the female suspect but did release a surveillance photo of her.
If you have any information on the thefts, please call Pennsylvania State Trooper Nathan Trate at the Jonestown Station at 717-865-2194 or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.