On Oct 13, 2020 a complaint was made to Perkasie Borough Police. The pictured white male, possibly in his 50s-60s, who operates a white Cadillac, was reported as looking in windows and trying door handles in a Sellersville Borough neighborhood. Perkasie Police would like to identify and speak to the man. If you can help to identify him, please contact Perkasie Borough Police at 215-257-6876. Thank you.
Perkasie Police responded to an Armed Robbery at Key Bank, 209 N. Main St. St. in Sellersville Borough at approximately 9:44 a.m. on September 1, 2020. The suspect is a black male, medium build was wearing a desert camo baseball cap with American flag, plaid shirt and khaki pants. Suspect displayed a handgun and left the bank on foot. Perkasie Police were assisted at the scene by the FBI Ft. Washington Field Office.
With Perkasie being a walkable town we want to ensure that our pedestrians remain safe. As a reminder we would like to advise motorists to be on the lookout for pedestrians and bicyclists. Title 75 Section 3542 of the Pennsylvania Motor Vehicle Code gives specific rights to pedestrians in crosswalks;
§ 3542. Right-of-way of pedestrians in crosswalks.
Based upon a complaint received, Perkasie Borough Police are looking to speak to a tall, white male possibly in his late teens or twenties with reddish hair, and who was carrying a backpack. This man was walking in the area of the bridge in Kulp Park, 2nd and Market Street, on July 8, 2020 at approximately 850pm. Please contact us at 215-257-6876 with information. Thank you.
As we approach the Fourth of July Holiday the police department experiences an increase in fireworks related complaints. Although certain non-commercial consumer grade fireworks are legal in Pennsylvania there are restrictions on their use:
Community leaders and speakers, including District Attorney Matthew Weintraub and Police Chief Steven Hillias will be holding an interactive town hall event open to the public to address drug issues and what we as a community can do to fight this epidemic. For more information, visit www...
Vincent Biddle, 29, of Sellersville, was arrested for Aggravated Assault, Simple Assault, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia and other charges after police responded to the 500 block of W. Walnut Street, Perkasie, for the report of a person acting out of control and possibly under the influence...