Thieves make off with Audi A5 and Ford Explorer after break in at Greencastle repair shop

UPDATES: One man was charged by Pennsylvania State Police with the theft of the vehicles, with another being charged in Washington County, Maryland. Additionally, two juveniles were also allegedly involved but details have not been released as for them.

21 December 2023- Troopers are investigating the theft of multiple cars from an auto service center in Greencastle. Troopers were called just after 7am on December 15th to the Greencastle shop in the 13800 block of Molly Pitcher Highway for multiple vehicle thefts.

Police say that at least two unknown actors arrived at the shop in a stolen Maroon Toyota Tundra. The driver of the stolen car was determined to have backed up into a chain link fence of the property, damaging the gate. After this, the thieves entered two unlocked vehicles that already had keys in them. Those vehicles were found to be a 2014 white Ford Explorer and a 2018 blue Audi A5.

After entering the vehicles to find the keys, they started the cars up and drove away south on Molly Pitcher Highway. Troopers say that there was security camera footage of the incident but it didn’t provide evidentiary value due to darkness and poor quality.

Anyone with information on this incident should contact PSP Chambersburg at 717-264-5161, reference case PA 2023-1630272