• Police: Burglars make off with electronics, jewelry from home


    NORTH UNION TOWNSHIP, Pa. - Police are looking for two men accused of breaking into a Fayette County home late Sunday night and stealing more than $1,000 worth of electronics and jewelry.

    According to a state police report, an unknown actor broke into a house on Main Street in North Union Township about 9 p.m. Sunday.

    Neighbors heard the commotion and confronted a second person, who police said parked an SUV behind the house in an alley and was approaching the house.

    Investigators said when he was confronted by neighbors, the second person returned to the car and fled the scene.

    The person who was inside the house rummaged through rooms and stole an iPad, a laptop, Xbox, Wii games and jewelry before fleeing the scene. Authorities said the estimated value of the stolen items was $1,200.

    Anyone with information on the burglary is asked to contact police.

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