Two people accused of stealing bronze vases worth thousands of dollars from a cemetery in Westmoreland County and then selling them for scrap are heading to trial.
Police in Westmoreland County say they’ve solved a recent string of thefts at the Greenwood Cemetery in Lower Burrell.
State Police are looking into a rash of lawn tractor thefts in several local counties.
A Mercer County man accused of stealing dozens of weapons from the firearms business where he worked is now facing multiple theft and weapons charges after his arrest earlier this month.
Police have issued several arrest warrants after busting a retail theft ring that spanned four counties.
State Police in Fayette County are asking for help from the public as they work to track down a suspect in several ATV thefts.
Lafayette Memorial Park in Fayette County has literally thousands of bronze vases adorning the headstones. But that number drops each day as the vases disappear at the hands of thieves.
Wal-Mart is an icon for bargain hunters, but it’s also become a destination for shoplifters and petty thieves.
Pittsburgh police are asking for the public’s help in the search for a man and woman accused of stealing various items from a local Target.
When people park their vehicles under the 40th Street Bridge in Millvale and hit the trail along the Allegheny River they expect their property to be safe, but that has not been the case.
You could get $50,000 if you know who is stealing copper telephone cables in Washington and Lawrence Counties.
Verizon is reportedly offering a $50,000 reward for information in cases of stolen copper telephones wire.
A Moon Township woman awaiting trial on charges she used her adult children to help her sell drugs, and was then charged with child pornography because of images found when her phone was seized in the drug investigation, is in trouble again.
Wilkinsburg Police and Allegheny County Police are investigating after a soon-to-open restaurant was targeted recently by copper thieves.
It is a crime in Pittsburgh that is on pace to reach a record number. There’s been more than 200 this year alone and rising. Police say it doesn’t have to happen.