During their investigation, police determined that the suspect entered the restaurant through a hole he made in the roof.
Police believe both suspects work for an establishment that supplies rolls to the pizza shop.
Abington Police have made two arrests after more than $18,000 in merchandise was stolen from JC Penney’s at Willow Grove Park Mall.
Forty-two-year-old Michael J. Walker, of Willingboro, was arrested and charged with breaking into 18 vehicles on Manchester Road in the Carriage Park section of Eastampton on January 19, 2014.
On Feb. 19 around 11:45 p.m., a homeowner on Ashland Avenue in Gloucester Township reportedly called police because someone was trying to break into his home through a rear sliding door.
State police say footprints in the snow led them to two men suspected of stealing cartons of cigarettes from at least three businesses in Delaware.
The Upper Darby Police Department is offering a $1,500 reward for the arrest and conviction of three suspects wanted in connection with a burglary investigation.
During the burglary, a large quantity of coins valued at about $27,000 was stolen. Police say a custom made “Chief Deluxe” parade horse saddle valued at $10,000 with extensive silver plating was also taken.
At least 12 businesses have been hit in the overnight hours.
According to police, the residents returned home to find their front door kicked in.
Eagles receiver DeSean Jackson is offering a $50,000 reward for information leading to a conviction in the burglary of his Philadelphia home.
Philadelphia Police are seeking a suspect responsible for multiple burglaries in the area of 4200-4500 Baltimore Avenue and 4200-4400 Spruce Street in Spruce Hill.
Police: Real-Life ‘Grinches’ Steal Pemberton Family’s Gifts From Under Tree Christmas Day; 3 Arrested
Police say three alleged “Grinches” are facing charges after gifts were stolen from under a Pemberton Township family’s tree on Christmas Day.
Gloucester Township Police arrested a man after he was caught stealing from a church donation box.
The burglary suspects used a brick or similar item to smash windows or doors to the residences. Once inside, the suspects would ransack the homes looking for valuable items.