Jul 28, 2014

Chainsaw Thieves Cut Into Shop Owner's Profit

Theft reported at Upper Milford lawn equipment sales and service store.

Chainsaw Thieves Cut Into Shop Owner's Profit

may be looking for thieves with green thumbs or well-groomed yards after a theft May 2 at an Upper Milford Township lawn care sales and service shop.

Several chainsaws and hedge trimmers were taken about 10:45 p.m. from , 4095 Chestnut St., police said. Thieves entered the shop, owned by Raymond E. Eisenhard, and removed the equipment. They left in a dark sport-utility-type vehicle.

Police did not give a value for the items taken, but ask anyone with information to call them at 610-395-1438.

In another incident, police said a Macungie man reported the fraudulent use of his debit card.

Sherid Bohach, 40, of Macungie told police his card was used by someone else April 15 to purchase $120 in merchandise at , 1220 Chestnut St., Emmaus.

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