Electronics Stolen From Middletown’s Target Early Wednesday
Police are looking for two suspects who they believe stole a large quantity of Apple electronics from the Target store in Middletown (Bucks County) earlier this week.
Police say that a “large amount” of Apple products were stolen from the store located on the 2300 block of East Lincoln Highway in Middletown, Bucks County around 3 am on Wednesday, according to a report from LevittownNow.com.
The site reports that the two suspects (believed to be a man and a woman) broke through the front window of the store before quickly heading to the store's electronics department, police Captain Pete Feeney told LevittownNow.com. The exact inventory of stolen goods was not immediately clear, according to the report.
The pair reportedly used a handgun to threaten one of the store’s cleaners, who was working at the time.
Officers responded to the store within a minute of receiving the call. It’s believed that the two fled the scene on foot, but K-9 officers lost the track of the suspects. It’s believed they could have then switched to a vehicle, officials told the website.
An update on the police investigation