By: KDKA-TV News Workers
STATE COLLEGE (KDKA) — State School Police are investigating a reported armed theft that occurred close to Penn State College’s campus Sunday.
— Penn State College Police and Public Security (@PennStatePolice) October 31, 2021
Police say that the incident occurred on the Fullington bus station round 3 p.m. on the 150 block of N. Atherton Road.
There may be an “workplace space” of the station, the place the suspect allegedly entered, hit the clerk with a pistol and broke into the money register.
He left the workplace via a aspect door, in line with Penn State Police.
The suspect continues to be at giant and is described as being 6’6 tall, 230 kilos and roughly in his 30s or 40s.
He was sporting all black clothes.
State Police say they’ve combed the rapid space and located no signal of him.
With no recognized risk, police have given the inexperienced mild for trick-or-treating.
We have been requested about Trick-or- Deal with and whether it is nonetheless on.
Trick-or-treat continues to be on for tonight.
— State School Police (@StateCollegePD) October 31, 2021
Due to its proximity to campus, Penn State Police alerted the campus neighborhood.
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