Apollo woman victim of burglary in Bell Township

Bell Township, Pa. – PSP Kiski Valley Tpr. Jeffrey Walton reported an incident of Burglary on February 9th along 2nd Street in Bell Township, Westmoreland County after suspects led the victim to believe they had authorization from the bank to be inside the residence.

Police said the suspects were inside the residence when the victim returned home. The suspect is described as a white female, late 30’s, approximately 5’7″ tall and stalky build. Dark brown/gray wavy hair pulled in a pony tail, brown Carhart zip hoodie, blue jeans and boots. The second suspect is a male described as being approximately 35 years old, blue eyes, thin build, tattoos on the neck and hands (possibly fingers). Little or no facial hair, gray beanie cap, possibly wearing dentures.

The suspects fled in an unknown direction operating a late 1990’s to early 2000 dark red/maroon Ford F-150 extended cab pickup with a silver diamond plate tool box in the bed. The vehicle also has a stainless front grill insert in the form of flames. The investigation continues and police are asking if you have any information on these two suspects, you are asked to call PSP Kiski Valley @ 724-727-3434 or simply dial 911.