By: Don Shaw email: don.shaw@pennsylvaniachronicle.com (570) 543-2961

Police say couple scammed Best Buy for $3700 in electronics, want help to identify them

Police say couple scammed Best Buy for $3700 in electronics, want help to identify them

Mechanicsburg, PA

On Friday, September 13, 2019, at about 3 pm, police say the suspects seen here entered Best Buy at 6416 Carlisle Pike Mechanicsburg  where they selected a Macbook Pro valued at $2499.99, a 65 inch Sony 4K HDR ULTRA television valued at $999.99, and a Sony HTS350 sound bar valued at $199.99.

Authorities say the  male suspect fraudulently opened a Best Buy line of credit in the name of Isaac Sparks and purchased the items. The transaction was completed and the suspects attempted to load the items into the vehicle. Store employees came outside to observe the suspects and the suspects intentionally obscured the view of the license plate. The vehicle appears to be a 2000 Toyota Avalon. The registration is a PA registration and the last number is a 2.

If anyone can identify either suspect police ask you to contact  Detective Andrew Bassler at  717-591-8240.