Thieves took advantage of the recent storm, burglarizing three homes that did not have power.
The three suspects are wanted for three separate incidents in Philadelphia during the fall of 2013 and January 2014.
During the early morning hours of Monday, January 13th and Tuesday, January 14th, police in Upper Gwynedd Township received 15 calls about items being stolen from cars in the area.
Hundreds of dollars’ worth of gifts and other items that were supposed to be donated to Goodwill for the holidays were taken from a car in the Noble section of Abington Township last Tuesday.
According to New Castle County Police, officers have responded to the communities of Cragmere in Wilmington, Barrett Run in Newark and Forest Glen in Newark after receiving reports of several packages stolen from front porches.
The Wilmington Police Department says they are investigating numerous thefts from vehicles in the Trolley Square and Cool Springs areas of the city.
Thirty-nine cell phones, on average, were lost or stolen each month last year throughout SEPTA’s mass transit system according to SEPTA transit police.
Police arrested two suspects they say stole three air conditioning units worth $12,000 from a home that was damaged by Hurricane Sandy.
“He said he was from the water department,” said an elderly woman who did not want to be identified. She is the most recent of at least four victims, all located near Bustleton Avenue.
Philadelphia police have released surveillance video of three men they believe are responsible for robbing a convent two nights in a row.
The five-foot aluminum menorah had been standing for a few days in the park outside the Haddonfield Library, next to a Christmas tree and a manger.
Police in Delaware and Chester counties have now identified the man they’re looking for in connection with a series of credit card thefts from women’s purses at restaurants and bars along the Main Line.
A janitor in Bucks County was arrested after police say he stole over $300 from various classrooms.