Handgun and cash stolen from car in Union City


From Police Report

UNION CITY — An unknown person stole a handgun and about $40 worth of change from a vehicle parked outside a residence in Union City Borough in late January.

At about 6:40 a.m. on Jan. 30, a 38-year-old Union City man reported that a handgun had been stolen from a truck parked at a private residence located on 4th Avenue in Union City, according to a news release distributed by Corry-based Pennsylvania State Police on Saturday.

Police said the victim stated he parked the 2002 Chevrolet truck in the driveway on Jan. 29. While preparing for work the next day, he went out to his vehicle and realized that a change container was missing from the truck.

The victim checked the center console and saw that his handgun was missing, according to police.

The victim told police the truck was unlocked and reported there was about $40 worth of change taken from the vehicle.

Police said the stolen handgun is a black .45 caliber Springfield XDS, valued at about $400.

Anyone with information regarding this incident is asked to call state police at Corry, 814-663-2043.