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Thieves swipe vehicle inspection stickers at 2 Ross auto shops – TribLIVE

Ross police are investigating after thieves broke into at least two auto shops and stole vehicle inspection stickers, according to Tribune-Review news partner WPXI.

The thefts happened during the weekend of Nov. 27-28 at Midas and Jiffy Lube, both on McKnight Road.

The suspects pried open lock boxes to swipe the stickers, which police said will be sold illegally.

At a third shop, thieves smashed garage windows and tried unsuccessfully to break into the safe.

Meineke owner Bob Hollinger said the suspects cut the lines to the alarm system and dismantled the utility meter to cut off power.

“It’s been a long time since stickers were this hot of a commodity, obviously something’s going on that these guys feel they have a market for it,” Hollinger told the news station.

Tawnya Panizzi is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Tawnya at 724-226-7726, [email protected] or via Twitter .

Source: https://triblive.com/local/north-hills/thieves-swipe-vehicle-inspection-stickers-at-2-ross-auto-shops/

Ross police are investigating after thieves broke into at least two auto shops and stole vehicle inspection stickers, according to Tribune-Review news partner WPXI.

The thefts happened during the weekend of Nov. 27-28 at Midas and Jiffy Lube, both on McKnight Road.

The suspects pried open lock boxes to swipe the stickers, which police said will be sold illegally.

At a third shop, thieves smashed garage windows and tried unsuccessfully to break into the safe.

Meineke owner Bob Hollinger said the suspects cut the lines to the alarm system and dismantled the utility meter to cut off power.

“It’s been a long time since stickers were this hot of a commo…….

Ross police are investigating after thieves broke into at least two auto shops and stole vehicle inspection stickers, according to Tribune-Review news partner WPXI.

The thefts happened during the weekend of Nov. 27-28 at Midas and Jiffy Lube, both on McKnight Road.

The suspects pried open lock boxes to swipe the stickers, which police said will be sold illegally.

At a third shop, thieves smashed garage windows and tried unsuccessfully to break into the safe.

Meineke owner Bob Hollinger said the suspects cut the lines to the alarm system and dismantled the utility meter to cut off power.

“It’s been a long time since stickers were this hot of a commo…….

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