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On September 14th 2019 the Warrington Township Police were summoned to the Wegman's Food Store at 1405 Main Street for the report of an unidentified black male subject wearing a green Eagles hat and a red Mr. Incredible shirt. This person came into the store possibly with two younger black females who were not involved in the theft.
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BPAIR: Bucks County Police Assisting in Recovery
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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A 17-year old and a 14-year old were stopped for Retail Theft at Wegman's on Friday, July 21 2017. They concealed cans of whipped cream, a bottle of soda, and food that was not paid for. Both juveniles were released to their parents and will be summoned to court.