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FRANKLIN COUNTY — Area law enforcement agencies are looking for a runaway, investigating the theft of a bike and other crimes this week.

Waynesboro Police Log:

RUNAWAY: Waynesboro police are asking that area residents be on the lookout for a runaway from VisionQuest who fled Monday, August 12, while VisionQuest staff and clients were participating in an activity in the borough.

Police said Noel Carter, 15, fled at approximately 3:55 p.m. heading North West. She was last seen wearing a white short sleeve shirt, dark color shorts, black shoes and dark framed glasses. UPDATE- We have received information that Noel Carter’s hair is now shoulder length instead of the length in the photo below. 

Noel Carter

Waynesboro Police has received information that Noel Carter’s hair is now shoulder length instead of the length in the photo above. 

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Anyone with information about Carter is asked to contact the Waynesboro Police Department at 717-762-2131

Chambersburg Police Log:

STOLEN BIKE: Between Aug 2nd and Aug 3rd, a black and bright orange bicycle was stolen from the first block of South Federal Street.  The bicycle had a black seat and orange pegs. 

Anyone with information relating to this incident should contact the Chambersburg Police Department in person or by phone at (717) 264-4131.

Shippensburg Police Log:

FOUND: Shippensburg Police received a found wallet belonging to Jonathan C. Tate.  If anyone knows how to contact Tate, his wallet may be collected at the police station located at 60 West Burd Street, Shippensburg, PA 17257 or call 717-532-7361.

Local Crime News

One Arrested in Early Morning Robbery, Another Suspect Sought

A Waynesboro teen is in custody in connection with an early morning robbery today. Police have an arrest warrant for a second man.

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