GREENSBURG, Pa. - Police are asking for the public’s help identifying whoever stole a pickup truck, as well as multiple guns from vehicles, Monday morning in Greensburg.
The thefts happened between 1 a.m. and 5 a.m. in the Saybrook Village neighborhood, police said.
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A 2016 Toyota Tundra was stolen from a home on Brattleboro Drive, police said. It was later recovered in Wilkinsburg.
Two handguns were stolen from vehicles on Brattleboro and Cranston drives.
Surveillance video shows someone trying to open the doors on multiple vehicles in the neighborhood. The person was wearing a ski mask, a ski suit and a backpack.
"Even in the video it shows the best advice: lock the door, I mean, they don't waste time dealing with vehicles that are locked. They just move along," Greensburg Police Capt. Robert Stafford said.
The stolen truck belongs to Jason Gilmore, his daughter was the first to notice it was gone.
"She said dad your truck is gone. She's a lot like me, she's kind of funny so we thought she was messing around, and we looked out and it was gone," Gilmore said.
Police said a second person was possibly involved, but a description was not available.
Anyone with information is asked to call Greensburg detectives at 724-834-3800.
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