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Police are attempting to Identify the individual involved in a retail theft over $300.00 in merchandise including flowers and Valentines day cards from the Warrington Wegman's Store. The incident occurred at 12;58 pm on February 14, 2019. He fled in an older (2002- 2005) silver Ford Explorer bearing PA registration: KSL-2779. The license plate is not valid on this ve
Warrington Township Police Department wants to help it's residents suffering with a substance dependency.
What is BPAIR? Our primary goal is to connect people with substance use disorders with treatment programs and facilities.
It is the mission of the Warrington Township Police Department to provide a safe a secure environment for the citizens and visitors of Warrington Township. We will strive to provide the highest quality police service possible with the goal of protecting lives and property and maintaining order while forming a partnership with the community. We pledge to enforce all the laws fairly and impartially while working within the framework of the United States and Pennsylvania Constitutions.
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The Warrington Township Police Department is investigating a retail theft in the amount of $3299.89. On January 6, 2017 the three unknown suspects depicted in the photographs above, entered the Target Store where they took numerous video game consoles without purchasing them. The females then...
Police are investigating a retail theft of two DEWALT TOOL KITS. The first kit was a DEWALT fixed plunged Router valued at one hundred and seventy nine dollars - the second was a DEWALT five inch grinder valued at one hundred and twenty nine dollars for a total of three hundred and eight dollars...
The Warrington Township Police Department is investigating a theft and access device fraud that began at the Wal-Mart Store at 299 Valley Gate Drive, Warrington, Pennsylvania on December 29, 2016. A victim, in the course of her transaction, briefly left her wallet containing her credit cards on the...