CORRY, Pa. – State police are seeking assistance after a shotgun was stolen from a Concord Township residence.
According to Corry-based Pennsylvania State Police, sometime between 7:30 and 9:00 a.m. on Jan. 28 an unknown person parked near the St. Thomas Cemetary and walked through the woodline to an adjacent property. The person entered the residence through an unlocked window, police said, stole a shotgun and walked out through the front door.
The person walked back to the vehicle parked at St. Thomas Cemetary and fled in an unknown direction.
The shotgun is described as a Winchester semi-auto 12-gauge with a black barrel and wood stock and forend. It is valued at $100.
Anyone with information is asked to call the Corry barracks at 814-663-2043.