A Russian computer hacker is accused of leading a worldwide conspiracy that targeted hundreds of thousands of computers with malware that enabled his group to steal more than $100 million from business and other bank accounts.
A Fayette County man is in trouble with police after they say he stole a swimming pool from a local Walmart while dressed in a military uniform.
Facebook does more than just keep people connected; in Fayette County, it helped police track down a suspect.
The former police chief in Mount Oliver has been taken into custody and is facing a long list of theft-related charges.
State Police are looking into a rash of lawn tractor thefts in several local counties.
State police in Indiana County say they are filing charges against two people accused of stealing several items from Walmart, and then returning them for a gift card.
It’s a little town filled with big-hearted people. Smithton, Westmoreland County has a population just fewer than 400 people.
The former Police Chief of Cecil Township, John Pushak, was arraigned today on theft charges at District Magistrate Jay Dutton’s office, in Cecil.
Kathleen E. Smith of Carnegie, a cashier and supervisor for Metz Culinary Management which then ran the Keystone Oaks School District’s food service, has been charged with stealing more than $92,000 from the district during the school years 2011-12 and 2012-13.
A local community is in shock following the arrest of a priest who is accused of stealing church funds.
Monroeville Police said a combination of items stolen from cars in the lot as well as lockers inside a LA Fitness has been going on for several years, with the latest happening just last night.
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A local pizza shop employee has been charged, after police say he stole more than $125,000 from the store.
State police in Indiana County have arrested and charged five people accused in an alleged theft scheme at a local Walmart.
Two women accused of using their Monroeville real estate closing business to steal more than $200,000 from a client have turned themselves into authorities.