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Easton police searching for person of interest after cell phone stolen from Dunkin Donuts employee

EASTON, Pa. - Easton police are investigating after a Dunkin Donuts employee said her IPhone was stolen.

Officers were called to the Dunkin Donuts at 700 A Philadelphia Road in Easton around 2:45 p.m., city police said.

An employee said her gold Apple I Phone XS Max was stolen after she had laid it down behind the counter.

Surveillance at the store showed an unidentified female customer taking the cell phone from the counter and leaving the store. Police could not determine what the vehicle the woman may have been driving.

She was described as being white or Hispanic, approximately 5’05” in height, in her mid 20s to early
30s, and having long brown hair with blonde highlights.

The Easton Police Department is requesting that anyone with information on this female
contact Detective John Piperato at 610 250 6667 or the city’s tip line at 610 250
6635.


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