Police seize $170K worth of stolen property

Courtesy: Upper Allen Police

CARLISLE, Pa. (WHTM) – A storage unit filled with stolen electrical components worth over a $100,000 was part of a black market business, according to police.

Upper Allen Township police said they discovered the equipment Monday at a rented warehouse storage site on Simpson Ferry Road in Hampden Township. They believe it was stolen from a business on Cumberland Parkway the day before. Investigators did not disclose the name of the business in a news release.

The stolen equipment was worth about $170,000.

Police said they also seized other property that had been stolen from other jurisdictions earlier this year.

Investigators said many of the electrical components were being sold under the business name Bar Breakers

Robby Lee Zoller, 47, and Angela Sue Micklo, 48, were at the storage facility when police arrived. They were arrested on unrelated charges.

The investigation is ongoing.

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