The SCCRPD is looking for assistance in identifying the model vehicle and the driver in the following hit and run. It was involved in a hit and run on 11/25/2020 at approximately 1143hrs. The vehicle was pulling out from the parking lot of Cutone Mushrooms onto Gap Newport Pike. The vehicle was last seen traveling north on Gap Newport Pike. If you have any information on the vehicle or driver please contact our non-emergency number at 610-268-3171. Thank you!
Motorists will notice that dynamic speed limit/radar signs have been set up on roadways within our jurisdiction. The decision to purchase the signs was a result of an increase in complaints received for speeding on some of our primary and secondary roadways.
|Date & Time of Incident:||Monday 9/15/2020 at approx. 0300 hrs.|
|Location:||6625 Limestone Road, Avondale PA
|Type of Incident:||Burglary / Theft|
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Residents are reminded that it is a violation of the Pennsylvania Crimes Code (Title 18, Section 6502) to discard a refrigerator or icebox, with a capacity of 1.5 cubic feet or more, with the door or lid still attached, in any place that is accessible to children. The SCCRPD has investigated four violations of this law in recent weeks. With warmer weather upon us, more children will be playing outside and these appliances can make tempting hiding spots.
In an effort to collaborate better with the community, the SCCRPD is asking all residents and business with cameras to register with the police department. Access to video following a crime can be the difference in solving the crime or not. To register your camera click here.
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