On Tuesday, August 28, the male and female suspects entered two Home Depot locations, 1651 South Columbus Blvd., Philadelphia, PA 19148 and 2200 Oregon Ave., Philadelphia, PA 19145, making several unauthorized transactions with the victim's stolen credit card. The couple proceeded to make purchases with the credit card, charging $2,071.77 at each Home Depot location. The credit card
On March 7, at approximately 0038 hours, officers responded to a residence located on Lafayette Drive for the report a subject going through the homeowner's vehicle.
On Friday, December 22, 2017, the pictured subject entered G2 Computers, located at 1116 Taylorsville Road in Washington Crossing. The subject proceeded to conceal an iPad, valued at $329.00, under his jacket prior to exiting the store.
On Sunday, October 22, the below listed male entered Walgreens, 5200 New Falls Road, Levittown, PA, 19056. The suspect proceeded to complete six transactions using seven different stolen credit cards, one of which belonged to our victim. In total, six $100.00 VISA gift cards along with additional merchandise was fraudulently purchased. Attached is the male suspect in a red shi
On July 27, a township resident called to report the theft of two credit cards stolen from her purse which was located in her vehicle during the time they were stolen. The victim was notified by her credit card company of the fraudulent charges. Further information obtained, revealed that one of the credit cards was used at a Bloomingdales store located in the Willow Grove Mall.&nbs
Officers responded to a business in the 1200 block of General Washington Memorial Blvd for the report of a hit and run accident that occurred at approximately 5:48 AM on 8/11/2017. The driver fled the scene after striking the building with his vehicle. The vehicle is described as an older model Dodge Durango, silver in color and bearing NJ registra
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