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Update

Philippi Police are looking for two people in connection to a burglary that happened Tuesday night at Bypass Car Wash.

Police said they're looking for a man and a woman in a gray van.

The man is white, 5-feet, 8-inches to 5 feet, 10 inches tall, weighing 280 to 300 lbs., with a tattoo on his lower right arm.

Police said the man stole hundreds of dollars from two change machines.

If you can help, call Philippi Police at 304-457-5167.


Original story

The Philippi Police Department is investigating a reported burglary at a car wash on Monday night.

The owner of the Bypass Car Wash said surveillance video shows a man in a silver minivan, with a covered license plate, arrive at the car wash around midnight. He was accompanied by a woman. He used a tool to manipulate the change machines, according to police.

On Tuesday morning, an owner found the machines emptied of coins, police said.

The car wash is located on the corner of Route 119 and the Philippi bypass.

If you have any information, call 304-457-5167.