Police in Palmyra, New Jersey are asking for the public’s help as they investigate several incidents that happened over the weekend.
Police are looking for this man, allegedly part of a burglary ring targeting elderly in several states.
Police are searching for a bike-riding bandit who was caught on tape breaking into and stealing belongings from a home in Northeast Philadelphia.
The two suspects reportedly kicked open the door leading to the victims’ apartment before assaulting the 61-year-old disabled woman and her daughter.
Police say five homes and a car were broken into — all in one night.
The suspects, 28-year-old Daniel M. Baker, of Collings Lakes, and 30-year-old Antonio Quintero, of Hammonton, reportedly committed the crimes over the past four months.
According to police, the latest homeowner fell victim last Friday night, becoming the eighth home hit since June.
A southern New Jersey man with a criminal record dating back more than 30 years has been handed an 18-year sentence for his latest crime.
A former WWE champion known as Daniel Bryan chased two burglary suspects he saw exiting his Phoenix home this week and subdued one until officers arrived, investigators said.
According to New Castle County Police, a brother and sister are responsible for a burglary that occurred in the community of Windermere back in June.
Police say 47-year-old Deon Brown broke into the residence on the 400 block of S Governors Avenue on Monday around 4 a.m. and stole several items including a laptop and a safe containing jewelry and cash.
The 91-year-old who took on her attackers spoke to Eyewitness News and explained why she says she feels sorry for them.
University of Delaware police arrested five men in connection with a couple of burglaries at a residence hall on May 18.
Philadelphia police are on the hunt for the man who burglarized Cafe Walnut in Old City.
The incident happened around 3:45 a.m. Sunday at the Pantry 1 Food Mart along the 500 block of Black Horse Pike in Glendora.