Cranberry Man Sought Since September Wanted On Charges In May Burglary

August 30, 2013
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State Probation and Parole officials and the Pennsylvania State Police say they are looking for a Cranberry Township man who absconded his court-ordered supervision last fall and is now wanted in a May burglary incident.

According to a release from Venango County Crimestoppers, the Pennsylvania Board of Probation and Parole has been looking for 25 year-old Tyler Rozanski since September, 2012.  The State Police say Rozanski is now wanted on charges of burglary, trespassing, criminal mischief and receiving stolen property in connection with a May 5 case.  Troopers did not give specifics concerning the May incident.

Rozanski’s last residence of record was on Route 157.

Information on his whereabouts may be given to the State Police at the Franklin station in Cranberry Township, or by calling Crimestoppers at 676 – 9162.

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