WEST ROCKHILL TWP, Pa. - A supermarket in Bucks County has been relieved of $750 of baby formula, and now police are looking for the person responsible.
The thefts took place at Landis Supermarket at 2685 County Line Road in West Rockhill Township on Saturday.
Police say the suspect entered the store and filled an empty shopping cart with 48 cans of formula. He then filled two bags with the cans and fled the store. He was seen leaving the area in a maroon Chevrolet.
The suspect is being described as a white male with short red hair and a tattoo on his right arm.
Anyone with information is asked to call Pennridge Regional Police at 215-257-5104
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