PHILIPSBURG, Pa. (AP) – Police say a sport utility vehicle was stolen from a central Pennsylvania home on Thanksgiving Day – with a Thanksgiving meal inside – but was later recovered.

State police in Clearfield say the theft happened shortly before noon Thursday at a Morris Township home.

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Police say a 60-year-old Philipsburg woman had the black 2008 Dodge Nitro warming up in the driveway and was “in the process of loading their Thanksgiving meal into the vehicle.”

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They say she was going back out to the vehicle and found it was no longer there, but spotted it being driven away.

Police said Thursday night that the vehicle had been recovered and returned to the owner, and a suspect was taken to the Clearfield County jail.

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