Tuesday, February 12, 2013
Authorities confirm they have identified three women sought in connection with the alleged thefts.
Patch recently reported on the three women being sought in connection with several thefts at a local Giant Food Store in recent weeks and the Lower Providence Police Department has now confirmed that they have identified the women in surveillance footage from the store. Authorities have not yet taken the women into custody and are not currently releasing their identities. According to police reports, officers responded to the Giant Food Store at 2670 Egypt Road on Thursday, Jan. 31 at 8:45 p.m. for a report of a theft. On the scene, a cashier and a loss prevention officer for the store reportedly told police that on Wednesday, Jan. 30, at approximately 9 p.m., a woman dressed in blue scrubs approached the customer service desk and …
Tuesday, February 5, 2013
Three women are wanted for alleged thefts from Giant Food Store.
Lower Providence Police have released photos from a surveillance video showing three women authorities say may be involved in several retail thefts from an area Giant Food Store. Details of the thefts have note yet been released, but police say the thefts occurred in January and February of this year. Time and date stamps on the surveillance video indicate the photos were taken on Jan. 29 and 30. Anyone with information about the identities of the women pictured in the surveillance photographs is asked to contact LPPD at 610-539-5901 or call the anonymous tip line at 610-539-3195. Patch will update this story as more information becomes available.
Thursday, May 5, 2011
A squad of US Marshals acompanied by Norristown Police took two men into custody in a late afternoon action.
Shortly before 5 p.m. today, a convoy of SUVs with tinted black windows descended on the 1200 block of Powell Street and secured the area. Witnesses say more than a dozen armed men in flak jackets identifying them as U.S. Marshals secured the street and entered a home in the middle of the block. According to eye witnesses, two men were removed from the home in handcuffs and placed into custody by the U.S. Marshals. No information was available as to the nature of the raid. Norristown Police were also witnessed at the scene accompanying the marshals. No official information is currently available, but sources at the department inform Norristown Patch that the U.S. Marshals were taking the men into custody in relation to an incident in …
Tuesday, February 15, 2011
Security company Brink's is offering the reward to anyone who 'assists in the investigation for the arrest and conviction of the subjects responsible for the robbery and the recovery of the stolen money'
The FBI and the Norristown Police Department are still asking for the public's assistance in identifying or locating the subjects responsible for the armed robbery of the Brink's armored truck Wednesday, Feb. 2, at the Bank of America branch in Norristown. The three unidentified suspects approached the Brink's truck in a Chrysler Town and Country minivan as the driver was making a delivery to the bank. The minivan had been stolen earlier that day from the parking lot of a convenience store on Cottman Avenue in Northeast Philadelphia. The three males were described as either black or Hispanic and were wearing masks, dark jackets, jeans and gloves. The men were reportedly armed with handguns and an assault rifle. After striking the armored …