Police: Town’s wood chipper stolen, old one left behind
WEST PITTSTON, Pa. (AP) — Police in Pennsylvania say someone swapped their old wood chipper for the town’s wood chipper.
West Pittston police on Monday posted photos of the chipper that was left behind at the public works department. Police say someone dropped it off and stole the town’s wood chipper.
Police in the Luzerne County community want to know if anyone can identify who owned the chipper that was left in the public works lot.