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Man steals car off of Neshannock dealership lot, police still searching

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NESHANNOCK TWP., Pa. - A man stole a car off of a car lot around noon on Monday while the car was left unattended.

According to the police, the suspect went to the Preston dealership on Wilmington Road to test drive a car.

When the salesman went to get the temporary plates for the vehicle, the suspect drove it off of the lot.

The suspect is a white male with a tall build and weighs around 160 pounds.

The missing car is a 2005 black Chevy Cobalt, black in color, with a black spoiler and no license plate.

No suspect has been identified at this time, and the car has not been found.

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