Pennsylvania State Police at Dublin announced Friday that they are investigating the theft of thousands of dollars of equipment from a business on John Fries Highway in Milford Township, Bucks County.
According to a news release, the theft was reported Oct. 13 by Semmel Excavating at a job site in the 2400 block of John Fries Highway, which is also known as Rt. 663.
“Tools were stolen from a locked mobile trailer,” police said.
Troopers identified the stolen items as:
- A socket set valued at $300
- A wrench set valued at $250
- An impact gun valued at $300
- Transit legs valued at $750
- A Stihl TS700 saw valued at $1,500
- A DG613 Spectra precision laser valued at $5,000
Police said the grey Stealth trailer in which the tools were stored was damaged in the break-in, with the cost to repair it estimated at $1,100.
Anyone with information about the burglary is asked to contact Pennsylvania State Police at Dublin by calling 215-249-9191.