Trailer With $190K Worth Of TVs Inside Stolen In Bucks County

By Steve Beck

CROYDON, Pa. (CBS) — Police in Bucks County are investigating the theft of a trailer that contained over 200 flat-screen televisions worth nearly $200,000.

The theft happened shortly before midnight on May 18th at a building in the 2300 block of Bristol Pike in Croydon.

According to investigators, a dark-colored minivan and a tractor-truck pulled into the lot. Police say the suspects then hooked the tractor-truck to the trailer and drove away.

Authorities say the trailer contained approximately 240 Vizio flat-screens TVs that are worth approximately $190,000.

The trailer has Pennsylvania tags PT7334T and had the words “Air Ride Equipped” on the side with white skirts.

Police have not said how many suspects were involved.

Anyone with information is urged to call 267-812-3077.

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