Calling all cell phone thieves: SEPTA police “got your number.”
More than 100 people gathered in downtown Philadelphia on the Fourth of July to protest NSA surveillance, saying the recently-publicized PRISM program violates their Fourth Amendment rights.
“This is probably Radnor’s submission for world’s dumbest criminals,” said Police Superintendent Bill Colarulo.
Police are reaching out to the public for help identifying a suspect who robbed a restaurant in Wilmington.
Still photos of missing woman Sarah Majoras crossing the bridge are being released to the public in the hopes that someone might remember seeing her that night.
On Jan. 15th around 9 p.m., a 27-year-old female traveling on a SEPTA subway train near Logan Station was pulled to the ground by a man who stole her iPhone and fled.
There are a lot of casinos in our area now, and when you visit one you know you’re being watched. But you may not realize how closely you’re being watched. With hundreds of high-tech cameras, security now can see nearly every move you make – from an elevator, to a hallway, to the parking garage, even the street outside, they are watching.
Police in Camden are asking for the public’s help in identifying a man who opened fire inside of a restaurant, killing one man and injuring another.
Medford Township Police hope someone recognizes the man caught on surveillance video at the CVS store on Route 70 at Hartford Road Saturday night around 9:30.
Newark is doubling its surveillance network with the purchase of seven more security cameras to help police monitor crime.