Can you identify the male and female attached to this case? On 01/30/17 at approximately 0845 hours, this male and female were observed concealing and ultimately stealing items from a West Reading Borough business. The male is described as dark complected and, at the time, was wearing a white beanie/cap with blue stripes, a dark colored jacket and blue
The West Reading Police Department is looking for the driver of this vehicle. It is wanted in question for a pedestrian accident that occurred on 1/26/2017 at approx 0643 hours. If you know who owns this truck, or who was driving this vehicle at that time, please contact our department at 610-373-0111. You can also use the tip button located on this page.
The West Reading Police Department is investigating the theft of a vehicle that occurred on Tuesday August 16, 2016 at approximately 0632 hours, where the pictured suspect removed a 2002 Nissan Maxima, bearing PA Registration KDN 8316 from a parking lot within the 500 Block of Penn Ave. The vehicle was last seen travelling west in the 500 Block of Penn Ave, towards Wyomissing.
The West Reading Police Department is investigating a Hit & Run accident that occurred on July 30, 2016 at approximately 6:00 PM, where a vehicle struck a light pole in the 400 Block of Penn Avenue, damaging the pole and breaking the light fixture.
On June 3, 2016, the pictured male suspect, described as a younger B/M, 5'8" - 5'9" with a mohawk haircut, tattoo's on neck and right arm, wearing a white shirt and tan or khaki colored pants, used a fradulant credit card at two area jewelery stores, and was able to successfully make one purchase. The offenses took place both in Spring Township and West Reading Borough.
The West Reading Police Department is requesting assistance in attempting to identify two males.
The males committed a theft from the 600 block of Penn Avenue at Paisley Moon. The theft occurred on 11/24/2014.
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