No Special Hoagies For Them If They’re Caught

NORTH COVENTRY PA – Two women who ordered food last week from the North Coventry Wawa market, 260 W. Schuylkill Rd., and then allegedly took off with their meal without bothering to pay for it, are still being sought by township police to be charged with retail theft, according to the police department’s Facebook page.

The women, which the department described as white and in their late teens or 20s by age, stopped into the store last Friday (Aug. 26, 2016) at about 10:16 a.m. They were seen ordering food, collecting it, and then leaving the building without checking out. One of the suspects was confronted by a Wawa employee, police said, but the pair fled the scene west on Route 724, traveling in a dark-colored, four-door sedan.

Police report “one suspect has long dark brown hair and was wearing sunglasses, a multi-colored sleeveless shirt, shorts and sandals. The other suspect has dark blond hair and was wearing sunglasses, a gray sleeveless shirt, black sweatpants and sneakers.” The department also issued two surveillance photos taken as the pair entered Wawa’s front door (at top).

Police are attempting first to identify the suspects, and then locate them. They’re asking the public for assistance; anyone with information is asked to contact North Coventry Police at 610-323-8360.

Photos from North Coventry Police via Facebook