Tuesday, March 12, 2013
Vehicle was entered and items taken while parked at an Upper Milford location over a 2 1/2-month period, troopers report.
Parts were stolen recently from a vehicle that was parked at an Upper Milford address for about 2 1/2 months, according to police. The vehicle, belonging to Ryan J. Kazmierski, 19, was parked at 5421 Chestnut St., according to state police at Fogelsville. Someone entered the vehicle between Dec. 15 and March 6 and took numerous unspecified auto parts. No value was placed on the loss. Police did not suggest a connection, but a Cumberland County man reported that his wallet with credit cards was removed overnight Feb. 27 from a vehicle parked at 4283 Chestnut St., according to a previous police report.
Friday, June 29, 2012
Twenty-one of the units are taken from vehicles on the lot, police say.
The Auto Mile has long been perhaps the Lehigh Valley's premier location to search for a new or used car. As such, the array of vehicle dealerships also has been a convenient place to buy auto parts. Check with any Service Department and they will fix you up. But someone wasn't interested in going the traditional route recently when they paid a visit to the Kelly Dealerships at 521 State Ave. in Emmaus. Not only didn't they step up to the window and place an order, they simply looked over the sales lot and picked out 21 catalytic converters to take along -- at no charge, according to borough police. The thefts were valued at $29,400 and reported on June 19. The dealership reported that 21 of the units were stolen, police said. Catalytic …
Monday, March 19, 2012
Catalytic converters, stereo gear, license plate reported taken, police say.
Someone decided to help himself recently to some auto parts and accessories at an Upper Milford repair and service facility, according to police. State police at Fogelsville said catalytic converters, stereo equipment and a Pennsylvania license plate were stolen between 5:30 p.m. March 11 and 9 a.m. March 12 from a business at 3893 Tank Farm Road. The incident was classified as theft from motor vehicles. No value was placed on the losses. Police ask that anyone who saw anything suspicious at the location call them at 610-395-1438.