2 cut gym locks, used stolen credit cards, police say

Vincent Rush, left, and Daniel Roane. (submitted)

HARRISBURG, Pa. (WHTM) – Two men were arrested after police said they stole from lockers at a suburban Harrisburg gym and used stolen credit cards at a nearby store.

Vincent Rush, 52, of Baltimore, and Daniel Roane, 67, of Washington, D.C., used the stolen cards to make several high-end purchases at the Home Depot on Jonestown Road last week, according to Lower Paxton Township police.

They were found in possession of credit cards and personal items that had been stolen from Golds Gym on Linglestown Road, where three lockers had their locks cut and replaced with different locks, police said.

Rush and Roane also had a bolt cutter and several cut and uncut locks, police said.

Both were placed in Dauphin County Prison on $250,000 bail.

Police said more charges will be coming soon.

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