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Suspects stole nearly $17,000 for skill machines in Pennsylvania

Suspects manipulate skill machines to steal nearly $17,000, Ephrata police say

Police are looking for two men who they believe tampered with a skill machine at an Ephrata convenience store to steal nearly $17,000. Police said the theft occurred at the Ephrata Food Mart on Saturday April 9 and Monday April 11. manipulating the machines possibly with a key or device that increased their income, stealing a total of approximately $17,000,” police said in a statement. Ephrata Police released three surveillance images. watch in the video player above. Police say one of the suspects had facial hair and was wearing rings on his right middle and little finger. He was also wearing glasses. If you have any information that may assist investigators, you can call the Pennsylvania Crime Stoppers toll-free number at 1-800-4PA-TIPS (8477) or submit a tip online here.

Police are looking for two men who they believe tampered with a skill machine at an Ephrata convenience store to steal nearly $17,000.

Police said the theft occurred at the Ephrata Food Mart on Saturday April 9 and Monday April 11.

“The suspects were manipulating the machines possibly with a key or device that increased their income, stealing a total of approximately $17,000,” police said in a statement.

Ephrata Police released three surveillance images. You can see them in the video player above.

Police said one of the suspects had facial hair and was wearing rings on his right middle finger and pinky finger. He also wore glasses.

If you have information that would help investigators, you can call the Pennsylvania Crime Stoppers toll-free number at 1-800-4PA-TIPS (8477) or submit a tip online here.