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Police: Theft From Vehicles in Eagleville

Lower Providence Police report one vehicle had over $3,500 stolen from it.

Theft From Vehicle - 2900 block of Village Green Lane in Eagleville.

According to Lower Providence Police (LPP), a resident at the 2900 block of Village Green Lane in Eagleville said that she parked her vehicle in her front driveway at 5 p.m. on July 25. According to the report, the resident said she left her pocketbook sitting on the front passenger seat, and did not recall if she locked the vehicle. The resident told police that she returned to her vehicle the following day to find it unlocked with no signs of forced entry. She said she noticed the contents of her pocketbook were moved around and discovered five $20-dollar bills missing from the pocketbook. She further reported that a small purse inside the pocketbook, containing additional cash and credit cards were still there. There were no suspects given at the time of report.

 

Theft From Vehicles – 2700 block Amy Drive in Eagleville

According to Lower Providence Police (LPP), reports of items, whose combined reported value exceeds $3,500, were stolen from vehicles at the 2700 block of Amy Drive in Eagleville, July 25.

According to the LPP report, a gold 2011 GMC Sierra pickup truck and a white 2011 GMC Acadia SUV were parked at the back end of the driveway. The LPP report states that both vehicles were parked on the driveway by 5 p.m. on July 24. The owner of the pickup truck reported to LPP that by 6:15 a.m. the following morning, he found the lid of the vehicle’s center console in the open position, with folders and papers previously on the dashboard, now on the front floor. The vehicle owner reported that his black leather tri-fold wallet, containing his driver’s license, credit cards and over $400 in cash was taken, along with $3,100 in cash that was wrapped in a rubber band, along with other items of monetary value. Loose change from the center console of the Acadia had also been reported taken.

Diane August 04, 2012 at 07:14 PM
It's a damn shame this robbery stuff is getting more common by the day ... BUT.. In the same respect I can't believe people are leaving their wallets and pocketbooks in their cars,locked or not ! I lived in Eagleville for 32 yrs. and NEVER in yrs passed worried about open windows,unlocked doors, ect. but those days have gone about 7 yrs ago. things have changed around here.. It's called drugs,recession,and just plain lack of respect ! The more they build up Eagleville/Trooper the more problems we are going to have. The quiet little town is becoming just an extension of Norristown. It's a damn shame
Julie August 07, 2012 at 03:06 PM
well the bus comes along Ridge and drops people off in Trooper, Eagleville from Ridge, some of whom aren't the best people in town. That has more to do with the crime rate than 'building up' town.
Diane August 08, 2012 at 02:09 AM
This is true although many robberies are not going to be done at houses on side roads from people getting off the busses. They are more likely done by kids who live here.(lack of respect) I see it everyday even on my street the teens that walk around like little hoodlums, not afraid of their parents beause they know the law protects them from anything their parents can dish out.. The good teens that are around have parents that aren't afraid of their kids or the law.

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