Police say as many as seven homes have been hit and there were numerous other failed attempts throughout June and July in Collegeville, Royersford and Phoenixville.
Surveillance cameras captured the suspect targeting businesses in the city.
On three consecutive days, beginning on Feb. 6 and ending on Feb. 8, the Cheltenham Police Department responded to reports of burglaries at 105 Greenwood Ave, a location that houses both a Lukoil and Greenwood Auto Care.
Thieves took advantage of the recent storm, burglarizing three homes that did not have power.
All of the homeowners discovered the burglaries when they arrived home, and all three were front door kick-in burglaries where cash, jewelry and electronics were taken.
According to police, there have been several commercial burglaries in which the suspect broke the glass front of the businesses and took money from the register or the entire register drawer.
Three men have been charged with more than 30 burglaries or attempted burglaries in four counties in Pennsylvania, the Lehigh County District Attorney’s Office announced Wednesday.
Twenty-seven-year-old Patrick Quinn, of Lower Saucon Township, and 22-year-old Kelly Cunningham, of Hellertown, are charged with the crimes, which occurred in vacant houses up for sale in Lehigh, Northampton, Bucks and Carbon counties.
Tuesday night, one of the victims who came face to face with the intruder spoke only to Eyewitness News.
CBS 3 anchor Susan Barnett and 3 On Your Side reveal a simple solution that may prevent a break-in.
Atlantic City police say there have been numerous calls about break-ins and burglaries during the timeframe of the mandatory evacuation due to Hurricane Sandy.
On Wednesday, Aug. 29th, Allison Nasta, a 28-year-old from New Hampshire, was arrested for being in possession of thousands of dollars worth of stolen property.
Police In Lower Merion Urging Residents To Report Suspicious Activity After Recent Upswing In Robberies
Police say there has been an increase in residential burglaries over the last 10 days, particularly in the areas of Penn Valley and Merion.
From last fall until early this year, at least 13 convenience stores in Delaware, Chester, and Montgomery counties were hit. The burglars weren’t after cash; they wanted the cigarette inventory.
Police in South Jersey used high-tech equipment to nab a man accused of low-tech burglaries in Pennsylvania.