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Rob Martin, Public Safety Director
The female in the attached photos in wanted in connection with a serious of retail thefts at various Giant Food Stores though out the Central Pennsylvania area. If you recognize this female please contact Det. Kevin M. Scott at 717-909-9238 or email@example.com
The Susquehanna Township Police is investigating a theft incident that occurred on October 31, 2020 at approximately at 11:45 am at the Giant, 2300 Linglestown Road. If you can identify the male in the photo, please contact Detective Kevin M. Scott at 717-909-9238 or firstname.lastname@example.org. All tips are kept confidential!
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THE SUSQUEHANNA TOWNSHIP POLICE STATION LOBBY IS CLOSED DUE TO THE COVID-19 PRECAUTIONARY ACTION MEASURES UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
If you are having an emergency dial 911.
There will be limited staff inside the police station between 8am to 4pm Monday through Friday for emergencies.
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BEWARE of Phone scams from an alleged “IRS Agent” claiming that money was owed to the IRS. The callers will try to trick you and ask for money to be paid.
THE CALL IS A SCAM! There are also other scams on computers and over the phone. . . DO NOT send money, gift cards, or electronic transfers to strangers.
Since 2009 the Susquehanna Township Police Department is accredited by the Pennsylvania Law Enforcement Accreditation Commission and the Pennsylvania Chiefs of Police Association
Announcing our new Camera Registry Form for local residents and businesses.
By participating in this voluntary program, you are helping the Susquehanna Township Police Department swiftly locate nearby cameras that may be able to aide with active investigations and most importantly help deter crimes from occurring within your community.
The Susquehanna Township Police are investigating a daytime burglary, that occurred on May 7, 2018, in the 3600 block of Ridgeway Road. The suspects pictured utilized the vehicle, also pictured, which is believed to be a newer grey Nissan Rogue. Should anyone have any information leading to the identification of the suspects please contact Det.
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