RTPD is investigating the theft of pickup truck tailgates from Star Buick GMC. The attached picture shows the suspects vehicles leaving the scene. Anyone with information please contact D/Sgt. Aleman at firstname.lastname@example.org or leave an tip.
The above two depicted males are suspects in a series of pick pocket thefts occurring on 10/26/2018. The two act in concert with one distracting the victim and the other committing the theft. Anyone with information on their identity please contact RTPD at 215-536-9500 or leave a tip via the link.
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On September 1, 2018, Richland Township Police arrested Manual Barbosa, 39, of Bethlehem for Felony Retail Theft and Receiving Stolen Property. Barbosa is accused of theft from the Target Store, on five separate dates.
On August 11, Richland Township Police arrested Jesse Sempowski, 40, of Sellersville for Carrying a firearm without a license, Simple Assault, Reckless Endangering and other charges after an investigation into a shots fired call, which occurred at The West End Pub.
On August 7, 2018, Richland Township Police arrested Richard E. Novack, 52, of Frenchtown, NJ on Active Arrest Warrants out of Hunterdon County. RTPD came across Novack will investigating an alarm call at the Famous Footwear.