Friday, February 1, 2013
Thief walks away from Zionsville Antique Mall without paying for old 'piggy bank' shaped like a kitten, troopers report.
The new owner of a "piggy bank" saved himself some coins to put inside recently by simply walking away with it from an Upper Milford Township antiques co-operative, police said. According to state police at Fogelsville, the cast iron piggy bank in the shape of a kitten was stolen from a booth between 3:07 and 3:29 p.m. Jan. 29 in the Zionsville Antique Mall at 7567 Chestnut St. The vendor was Nancy Pinto of Douglassville, Berks County. Police said the thief took the bank from a shelf and walked out of the building without paying. No value was given. Police classified the incident as a retail theft.
Thursday, January 24, 2013
55-year-old man is listed as a suspect in theft from home, troopers report.
An Upper Milford Township woman recently reported several pieces of jewelry taken from her home, according to police. The unnamed 57-year-old woman said the jewelry was taken between Dec. 21 and Jan. 12 from her 5854 Schantz Road home, according to state police at Fogelsville. No value was given. Police noted a 55-year-old man as a suspect, but did not name him or say that charges have been filed. They ask that anyone with information call them at 610-395-1438.
Saturday, November 24, 2012
The following information was supplied by the Salisbury Township Police Department.
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Saturday, November 24, 2012
More than $1,800 worth of bras were reported stolen from the Victoria's Secret store at the South Mall over two days. Salisbury police said a store manager reported the following: The store manager uncovered the second theft when she was showing employees what had happened the previous day, police said. She saw that the bras that had replaced the stolen bras were also gone, they said.
Tuesday, November 13, 2012
Theft at United Employment Associates among the incidents reported by the Emmaus Police Department between Nov. 1 and Nov. 8.
The Emmaus Police Department released the following recent incidents pertaining to the borough: Reported Nov. 1: Theft of two rims and tires from a vehicle at Lehigh Valley Honda, 675 State Ave. $1,000 loss. Reported Nov. 1: Theft of a portable DVD player and DVDs from a vehicle in the 300 block of Berger Street. $220 loss. Reported Nov. 3: Burglary reported at United Employment Associates LLC, 308 Main St. $13,500 worth of computer-related equipment taken. Reported Nov. 5: Generator stolen from outside a residence in the 200 block of N. 2nd Street between 10/29/12 and 10/30/12. $4,500 loss. Reported Nov. 5: Theft of the front grille and battery from a vehicle in the 300 block of Powder Mill Lane. Reported Nov. 8: Windshield of a vehicle …
Thursday, November 1, 2012
The borough’s two newest generators, which were being used to power traffic lights in the borough, were stolen yesterday, according to Emmaus Borough Councilman Nathan Brown, who learned about the theft from Emmaus Fire Chief Jim Reiss.
Emmaus Borough Councilman Nathan Brown got some upsetting news when he checked in with the Emmaus Fire Department Wednesday morning to see how the guys are holding up in the days following Hurricane Sandy’s visit. Brown learned from Emmaus Fire Chief Jim Reiss that the two new generators that the borough had purchased for the fire department last year had been stolen. They were being used to power traffic lights in the borough and the chains that were used to attach them to the traffic light poles had been cut. According to Brown, Reiss had told him that the generators were taken at about 5:30 a.m. Wednesday. As a result of the theft, Brown said, the borough decided to remove the remaining four generators powering traffic lights in the …