LEETSDALE, Pa. - The Leetsdale Police Department and the Ross Police Department are investigating multiple thefts from vehicles in the North Hills area in recent weeks.
Authorities said four unlocked cars in the Perrysville area of Ross Township were entered on March 13. In addition, on March 21, eight unlocked cars in Leetsdale Borough were entered.
Police said credit cards were taken from these cars and they were used at the Giant Eagle on Camp Horne Road, the Walmart in Cranberry and a BP station in Bellevue.
A total value of the thefts has not been determined.
Surveillance video of the same young white male with an older white female using the stolen credit cards was recovered from both investigations.
The Leetsdale and Ross police departments would like assistance in identifying the individuals in the surveillance footage.
If anyone recognizes these persons please contact the Leetsdale Police at 724-266-1380 or the Ross Police Department at 412-931-9070.
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