On June 11 2019 at 09:58 P.M. the Warrington Township Police responded to a complaint of a stolen vehicle from the Citizen Bank. It was reported by the victim that he exited his vehicle which he left running and unlocked. A female entered the vehicle and began to drive it away causing the owner to pursue on foot until he was unable to continue. Upon police arrival and through investigation it was found that another police agency had just released Patricia Ann Buck 37, Croydon, Penna. to this general area after committing a retail theft. Buck was identified by the victim and police when she opted to commit auto theft by removing the victim's vehicle. She drove east on Rt. 132. Police agencies bordering Warrington and on patrol along Rt. 132 were alerted to the theft and description of the stolen vehicle. Bensalem Police had knowledge of Buck after learning Buck was involved and went to her last known address. Police took her into custody and recovered the stolen vehicle. Buck was returned to the Warrington Township Police Department for arraignment before District Magistrate Gambardella who remanded Buck to the Bucks County Correctional Facility.