Family that raises, sells eggs have property stolen

- A Berks County woman who sells eggs that her family helped raise, from a cooler outside her home, has been a victim of thefts.

But she took pictures, so the suspect seen is a wanted man.

Pennsylvania State Police say shortly before noon last Tuesday, Aug. 1, “A dozen eggs and approximately $6 in change were stolen from the cooler.”

It happened on Hunter Forge Road in Hereford Township, and this was far from the first time.

Police say, “Due to the numerous thefts, they have only been leaving out a dozen eggs at a time.”

But the victims have his picture “from previous dates as well, when eggs and cash had been stolen.”

You can see him looking through the victims’ cooler.

He is believed to be driving a white transit-style van with an unknown registration, and also believed to have a tattoo on his right forearm which may look like a bull’s head.

If you have any information, you’re asked to call Pennsylvania State Police’s Troop L Reading at 610-378-4036.

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