Police seek suspect

State police in Franklin are asking for the public's assistance in locating the female suspect in this photo. According to police, the manager of Dollar General on Route 257 in Cranberry Township reported the individual in the photo entered the store with two juvenile females at about 7:25 p.m. Sept. 29. While unsupervised, police said, the two juveniles caused damage to multiple products and store property and then left Dollar General with the unknown adult female. Anyone with information regarding the identity of the adult female is asked to call Trooper Marvin at 814-676-6596.

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State police in Franklin are asking for the public's assistance in locating the female suspect in this photo. According to police, the manager of Dollar General on Route 257 in Cranberry Township reported the individual in the photo entered the store with two juvenile females at about 7:25 p…

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