Computers, TVs Stolen From Moon Twp. Business
MOON TOWNSHIP POLICE (KDKA) — Moon Township police are investigating the theft of computers and TVs from a business across the street from the police station.
The break-in happened at Centria, an engineering firm that occupies the second and third floors of an office building on Beaver Grade Road.
Moon Police Det. Sgt. Stanley Munger says at least four computers were stolen along with a 24-inch computer monitor and two 42-inch flat screen TVs mounted on the wall.
There was no sign of forced entry. Police say no alarms were activated during the burglary.
The theft happened between 11:30 p.m. Wednesday when the cleaning crew left and 7 a.m. Thursday when employees arrived for work.
Their website says the company provides roof and metal wall enclosure systems for non-residential buildings. One of their projects included the Rivers Casino on the North Shore.