Police in Pennsylvania are on the hunt for two men who faked a medical emergency to steal a Samsung television.
The Lower Allen Township Police Department, near Harrisburg, published a photo of the alleged burglar Friday in an attempt to identify the man they called an “actor” after he stole a television from a BJ’s Wholesale Club valued at $2,349.98 Sunday.
“The pictured male decided to fake a heart attack at the checkout line and as employees attended to him, the other male pushed the TVs out of the store,” police wrote along with the picture. “It is believed that both males then fled the area in a pick-up truck.”
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A membership at BJ’s costs anywhere between $95 to $110 a year.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Lower Allen Township Police.
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Last year, Pennsylvania saw 142,212 cases of larceny. Police solved just over 20% of cases, which was an increase of about 1% from the year before.