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On February 6th between 12:30pm and 1:05pm, the pictured unknown white female concealed over $200.00 in merchandise in her bag. Some of the items stolen include printer ink cartridges. Anyone who recognizes this female actor is asked to contact the police at 610-286-1012.

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Vehicle Theft
On Monday, March 27th, 2018 at approximately 10:53 pm, Amity Township Police responded to the unit block of Spotts Mill Road for a report of a Stolen Vehicle. It was reported that a known offender took the complainants 1987 Chevrolet pick-up truck and fled in an unknown direction. Upon further...
On Saturday, March 17th, 2018 Amity Township Police took a report of a Theft from Auto. The vehicle was parked in a driveway in the 1500 block of Weavertown Road. During the course of the investigation, police were able to identify the subject that was using the stolen credit cards as 28-year-old...
The West Reading Police Department is investigating a robbery that occurred on 3/18/18 at a business in the 300 block of Penn Avenue around 2245 hours. The pictured individual displayed a weapon and took an undisclosed amount of cash from the business. If anyone can identify or has any information...

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Police investigated nine reportable accidents from March 5th through March 18th. Nineteen vehicles were involved, ten required towing and four persons were treated for injuries. Police also took nineteen non-reportable accidents during the same time. From March 5th through March 18th police made...

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Police responded to Kohl's Department Store for a retail theft that just occurred. Police viewed a video from loss prevention showing the female suspect put on a coat and then leave the store without paying. The female suspect then got into a vehicle and video showed the license plate. Loss...
Police were called to a local business on Beaver Road for a theft of a wallet. The business owner relayed to police that she was distracted by a male suspect that needed help. While helping the male suspect, the female suspect that accompanied the male, entered the rear storage room and removed the...
Police were called to a local business on Beaver Road for a theft of a wallet. The business owner relayed to police that she was distracted by a male suspect that needed help. While helping the male suspect, the female suspect that accompanied the male, entered the rear storage room and removed the...
Police were called to investigate a possible drug transaction that was found through social media. Police were able to set up a time and place for a transaction to take place. Police found the suspect, identified as Shawn Preval, in a local parking lot. The suspect did have illegal drugs on his...
Police were called to Kohl's Department Store for a retail theft not in progress. On scene, police met with loss prevention officer regarding videos of a female suspect removing items from the store on different occasions. That same female was recorded, returning the same items to a different Kohl'...

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Police investigated nine reportable accidents from October 9th thru October 15th. In total, fifteen vehicles were involved, thirteen required towing and three people were treated for injuries. Police also investigated sixteen non-reportable accidents during the same time period. Six summary arrests...

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On Friday November 3, 2017, at 1430 hours the Amity Township Police met with a fraud victim. Upon further investigation, it was determined that an old check was passed from the victim's checking account, without her knowledge. The check was created and passed online from the victim's account with a...

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On Wednesday, November 1, 2017 at approximately 7:35pm, Amity Police received an assignment of a Protection From Abuse Order violation. An active order was issued by a Berks County Judge on April 25, 2017 (#17-5008). A Criminal Complaint was filed for Indirect Criminal Contempt on a 30 year old w/m...

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On Sunday, October 29, 2017 at 0013 hours, the Amity Township Police Department responded to the Amity Garden Apartments in Douglassville for missing property. While conducting the investigation, Amity Township Police arrested a 22 year old male that had three 2"x4" clear plastic baggies of...

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On Tuesday 10/31/17 at 1233 Hrs., the Amity Township Police took a fraud report from a victim reporting his debit card was used online to purchase $631.48 worth of goods. This was an unauthorized transaction and the victim's card may have been compromised through unsecure online purchases.

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On December 24 the male suspect entered Walmart Electronics and purchased two Xbox One’s and a Nintendo Switch. He also purchased 3 year service plans on all items. The male provided $1,700.00 in counterfeit $100 dollar bills. Suspect Description: Black male, 45-59 YOA, thin, wearing a black...

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On Sunday December 31st, 2017 at approximately 2:00 pm, Amity Township Police responded to the the 300 block of Russell Avenue regarding a theft from motor vehicle. The victim stated that sometime during the overnight hours of December 31st, 2017 unknown person(s) opened the door of her 2015 dodge...

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On December 22nd, 2017 the Amity Township Police responded to CVS at 1149 West Benjamin Franklin Highway regarding the passing of counterfeit money. The investigation revealed that on December 20th, 2017 at approximately 8:52 pm an unknown black male and female, both in their late 20's, entered the...

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****UPDATE: SUBJECT HAS BEEN IDENTIFIED.**** On December 19 th at 0847 hours the victim left her wallet on a shelf in the store and at 0853 hours, an elderly white female, with short grey hair, grey hoodie, grey t-shirt, grey pants, brown shoes, grey/green/white purse, average height, and medium...

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On 12/13/17 The victim was informed by Citizen's Bank that someone entered his account and withdrew $4000.00 from his account without his authorization. The Victim believes the theft may have occurred due to the data breach at Equifax. The investigation continues. Everyone is reminded to frequently...

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