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Thieves steal Warrington Township gas station's cigarettes — and ATM

Ron Musselman
York Dispatch
The three individuals fled in a 2012 silver Toyota Sienna van bearing the Pennsylvania registration license HWL9963, state police said.

Three people broke into a Sunoco in Warrington Township on Christmas Day and made off with about $300 worth of cigarettes and the gas station's ATM, according to Pennsylvania State Police.

Troopers said the trio forced entry into the gas station in the 3400 block of Rosstown Road, causing $1,200 in damage to glass doors, and stole four cartons of cigarettes and the cash machine, valued at $2,400.

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The three individuals fled in a 2012 silver Toyota Sienna van bearing the Pennsylvania registration license HWL9963, state police said.

Anyone with information is asked to call state police at the Loganville barracks at 717-428-1011.