Theft of Guns

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The Morgantown Classic Auto Mall located at 6180 Morgantown Road, Morgantown, PA 19543 in Caernarvon Township, Berks County hosted an American Eagle Gun Show on the weekend of August 28-30. During that time several firearms were stolen. On the afternoon of August 29, five African American males were observed arriving in two vehicles. One was a black in color Jeep Grand Cherokee a PA registration and the other vehicle was a dark green in color Chevy Malibu with a PA registration. The males, described below, entered the Gun Show and split up. The male with the white sleeveless shirt and tattoo on his right bicep is observed grabbing a gun off of a table display and secreting it under his shirt. Also on the same date, the male with the light blue t-shirt was observed placing his jacket on a table that was left unattended, opened a glass table top display case and removed a pistol. Other guns were also stolen during this time. The investigation is on-going. We are attempting to identify these individuals. Anyone with information is asked to contact Detective Corporal Chad Eberly at 610-286-1012.

Suspect Description: (1) Black Male, very short black hair, wearing a white sleeveless t-shirt, black track pants, white sneakers, with a distinctive tattoo on his right bicep. (2) Black male, short black hair, wearing black t-shirt with white logo on front, black jeans with holes in the front and black sneakers. (3) Black male, very short black hair, black t-shirt with a small triangle logo on the front, large triangle logo on the back with flowers, black pants and white sneakers. (4) Black male in a wheel chair wearing black ADIDAS hat, black hoodie with many different countries flags down the arms, black ADIDAS track pants, and black shoes. (5) Black male with a white baseball hat, light blue Ralph Lauren t-shirt, grey track pants, black shoes, carrying a black jacket.

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Saturday, August 29, 2020 - 10:00am

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32-20-3906

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