A common scam that we are seeing right now involves someone filing for unemployment using your information. You can receive notice that someone has filed for unemployment in your name a few different ways, including receiving paperwork in the mail from the unemployment office, or your work might notify you that someone has made a claim with your information and your work was contacted to verify if that is correct.
Perkasie Borough Police Department is attempting to identify a subject involved in a credit card theft. Two fraudulent credit card purchases were made at the below listed establishments. The victim in the case still has possession of the credit card.
Friday 5/21/21 @ 1732hrs – Home Depot, 1350 MacArthur Rd, Whitehall, PA
Rise in Scams Involving Payment by Gift Card:
Perkasie Police looking to identify pictured male who was in the Hidden Meadows development in Perkasie at approximately 2am, and appeared to be going up to vehicles. Please contact Perkasie Police at 215-257-6876. Thank you
The Perkasie Borough Police Department wants your help in fighting crime by taking part in our Camera Registry Program. This voluntary program allows residents and business owners to register the locations of their video surveillance systems with the Perkasie Borough Police Department. This registry will enable our department to quickly identify the locations of nearby video cameras if a crime or suspicious incident occurs in your area.
Perkasie Police are investigating a broken window on 2nd Street on the night of 2/15/2021, and are looking to identify and speak to the pictured subject who was walking in the area right before the window was broken. Please call 215-257-6876 with any information. Thank you.
Black and white shorthair cat left in carrier inside Landis Supermarkets, Perkasie on February 2nd,2021. Cat was found at closing time. Cat was taken to SPCA in Quakertown.
The Perkasie Police Department responded to TerraVida Holistic Center located at 64 N. Main Street in Sellersville at approximately 4:15 pm on 1/21/2021 after employees reported a suspicious package placed outside their business. Police personnel established a secure perimeter and contacted the Montgomery County Sheriffs Department Hazardous Device Team who responded to the scene.
A local resident reported being victimized by phone scam where caller posed as Apple Security. Please be careful of providing personal information over the phone. Please be aware that the number that appears on your caller identification can be manipulated, and may not be accurate. Also, when requests are made for you to purchase prepaid cards or immediately transfer funds, you should pause and consider the situation, as such requests can be an indication tha
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