Daytime Forced Entry Residential Burglaries



Residential Burglary Investigation

Warrant for Arrest

 During June 2017 the Solebury Township Police Department received reports in regards to four forced entry residential burglaries that occurred on Pidcock Creek Road, Covered Bridge Road and Windy Bush Road.

Criminal investigations were conducted on each of the listed burglaries at which time both physical and forensic evidence to include suspected DNA was collected. Additional digital forensic evidence was obtained and processed.

Through the investigation it was determined that related crime scene evidence as well as DNA samples collected and tested belonged to Trynell Litfi Brown, 33 of Claymont, Delaware.

A warrant for the arrest for Trynell Litfi Brown on the charges of burglary, theft, receiving stolen property and related crimes has been issued. Brown is currently in custody on unrelated charges in the state of New Jersey and will be extradited at a later date.


A residential day time forced entry burglary occurred on June 26, 2017 at approximately 11:00AM on the 200 block of Covered Bridge Road. A property owner arrived home and observed an occupied silver sedan occupied by two people exiting the driveway. 

Vehicle is described as a 4 door silver early 2000's unknown make/model with a noticeable dent in the rear trunk. The operator was described a black male about 20-30 years of age with a muscular build and mustache. The passenger was described as a black female about 20-30 years of age. 

Based off of this information STPD believes that these subjects are responsible for two residential burglaries that occurred in early June 2017. 

Anyone who may observed this vehicle and its occupants is asked to contact STPD at 215-348-7400. 

Two daytime forced entry residential burglaries occurred on June 5, 2017 on the 5900 and 6000 block of Pidcock Creek Road between 9:00AM and 2:00PM.

Two single family dwellings were forcefully entered by unknown subject(s). An audible alarm was activated at one residence. The subject(s) were able to remove numerous items from the dwelling prior to police arrival. Neither of the homes were occupied at the time of the burglaries.

Solebury Township Police Department is asking one who may observed any suspicious activity, persons or vehicles near the above area to contact us at 215-348-7400.

If any resident has home video surveillance cameras in the area you are asked to contact us to review the video.

No further information on suspect(s) or vehicle(s) in regards to these burglaries. 

Monday, June 5, 2017

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