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On 07/27/2017, Newtown Township Police responded to the Bucks County Community College within Newtown Township, for the report of computer crimes that had occurred. Specifically, the school staff learned that someone had gained unauthorized access to the school's computer network, using a faculty...
On 07/27/2017, Newtown Township Police responded to the Bucks County Community College within Newtown Township, for the report of computer crimes that had occurred. Specifically, the school staff learned that someone had gained unauthorized access to the school's computer network, using a faculty...
The pictured suspect positively identified as Sania Mahmood used credit cards stolen from the victim’s purse on 11-6-2017 at 1100 hours while the victim was working out at a gym located on the 300 th block of Oxford Valley Road. Unauthorized charges were made at CVS and Nordstrom Rack totaling $2,...
On September 02, 2017 the Lower Southampton Township Police investigated the report of a Retail Theft at the Giant, Feasterville PA. The depicted female exited the store without paying for a cart full of merchandise, Tide products. The female was confronted in the parking lot and left behind the...

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On 8/8/2017 at 1302 hours, officers responded to the Giant Food Store at 466 Second Street Pike for a retail theft that had just occurred and the actor fled the store without paying for over $250.00 worth of merchandise. The actor was described as a black male wearing jeans, a blue/green short...
Justin McMasters, 24, was arrested for Simple Assault & Harassment following a domestic disturbance on Virginia Ave. in Perkasie.
WE GOT HIM THANKS TO YOUR TIPS!! Shaheen Malik was taken into custody on the active narcotics warrant shortly after we posted this to social media. We received numerous tips about his location. You folks pulled through on this one. He was arraigned by District Justice Kelly and sent to the Bucks...
Eric Clark is charged with, Possession of Controlled Substance, Possession of a Small Amount of Marijuana & Possession of Drug Paraphernalia following a traffic stop in which he was a passenger in the vehicle at 31 W. Park Ave. & Branch St. in Sellersville Borough.
On 8/1/2017 at 2200 hours, officers responded to the Hampton Crossing Apartments on the report of a male armed with a bat/stick. The complainant reported her downstairs neighbor came at her and her boyfriend with a bat/stick as they arrived home and he was still in the hallway screaming. Officers...

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On Saturday, January 21, 2017 at 11:28 PM, four armed black males entered the 7-11 store at Park Avenue and Hulmeville Road and demanded money and cigarettes. All four of the actors had their faces partially covered. The mannerisms of the actors along with the clothing they are wearing may trigger...

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Bensalem Police received a report from a victim in Sun City, Florida. She reported that someone withdrew $3,300 out of her bank account at a bank in Bensalem Township on January 6, 2017. On the same day, she stole money from another unsuspecting victim at a bank in Warminster Township. That victim...

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We think someone out there can identify at least one of these criminals. On Wednesday, November 2nd and Thursday, November 3rd, 2016 the subjects depicted in the photographs, made numerous withdrawals at the drive-thru ATM at the First Bank of Trevose These guys stole over $17,000 from various...

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WE FOUND THIS DRIVER BECAUSE OF YOUR TIPS - YOU GUYS ARE GREAT We need to find this hit and run driver!! On Sunday, January 1, 2017 at 9:28 am, a subject riding a bicycle was struck by a vehicle on Tennis Avenue between Bristol Pike and State Road. The victim was found with serious injuries by...

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This is an unsolved credit card fraud from September of this year. Bensalem Police are attempting to identify this male who used a stolen credit card at the Target Store near Neshaminy Mall. He purchased various items totaling over $1000.00. We have been unable to identify him and we think that...

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