Welcome to the Caernarvon Township Police Department
Welcome to the Caernarvon Township Police Department's web portal on the CRIMEWATCH Network. We ask that you use the information found on this site responsibly. Working in partnership with the community we can proactively prevent crime, support victim recovery and hold offenders accountable.
John Scalia, Chief of Police
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The mission of Crime Alert Berks is to encourage citizens of Berks County, Pennsylvania to provide tips to law enforcement officials to help solve crimes and apprehend criminals. If you have information on a Berks County crime, click here, or call 1-877-373-9913.
MEDICATION DISPOSAL AVAILABLE
The Berks County District Attorney's Office has placed a medication drop-box in the lobby of our police station. This is an easy, convenient way to safely dispose of your unwanted prescription and over-the-counter medications. Keep the medications in their original containers and black out personal information, if you choose. No sharps or inhalers can be accepted.
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The Caernarvon Township Police Department is investigating a theft of 46 brand new car batteries from the Walmart in Elverson, Berks County, PA. The total value of the theft is $5,098.32. On 06/15/17 at 2220 hours two black males entered the store and filled two shopping carts with new car...
The pictured male attempted to walk out of the Wal-Mart on May 30 at 2:58pm with a 40" Samsung LED TV. When approached by security, he fled on foot in what was described as a silver in color four door car with several dents on the right hand side. If anyone knows the subjects identify, they are...
Ryan Salata was taken into custody after providing officer's with a false name during an investigation. Salata admitted to giving the false name in order to avoid being arrested for an outstanding warrant.
UPDATE: All suspects have been identified for the Mall Burglary ONLY thanks to tips received. The suspects have been taken into custody. Anyone with information relative to the other burglaries is still asked to contact police. The Caernarvon Township Police Department is investigating a rash of...
Police are investigating a reported commercial burglary at Pilgrim Tours located on Main Street in Morgantown. Employees arrived at work in the morning and discovered items missing from the business. If anyone has information on this case, they are asked to contact the police at (610) 286-1012.