New Castle News


October 25, 2012

Pulaski business offers reward

NEW CASTLE — The owners of a Pulaski Township company are offering a reward for solving a theft from their business.

Pulaski Township police said someone stole 192 brand new brass water main shut-off valves Sunday from a storage building at Evergreen Road and Oak Street.

The owners are offering $1,000 to anyone who has information leading to an arrest or the return of the items.

Anyone who has information about the theft should contact the Pulaski Township officer in charge, Sgt. Chad Adams, at (724) 964-8891, extension 104. Or email him at

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