Robeson Township Police seek public assistance in identifying burglary suspect

The Robeson Township Police Department has issued a plea for public assistance in identifying a suspect involved in a recent burglary incident that occurred on March 14, 2024, in the 4300 block of Morgantown Road.

According to authorities, the burglary was discovered at a business establishment in the area, where an unidentified male subject forcibly entered the premises using a tool, suspected to be a pry bar, through the side entry. Once inside, the suspect attempted to access the cash register using the tool but was unsuccessful. Failing to open the register, the perpetrator resorted to taking the entire cash register itself before fleeing the scene in a vehicle.

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The vehicle in question is described as being of unknown make and model, possibly red in color. Authorities are urging members of the public to come forward with any information that may help identify the vehicle involved.

Moreover, investigators suspect that the individual involved in this burglary may also be linked to similar incidents of theft and burglary in neighboring Berks and Chester Counties.

In light of these developments, the community is encouraged to report any relevant information anonymously to Crime Alert Berks County. Cash rewards of up to $10,000 are being offered for tips leading to an arrest in connection with this case.

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Anyone with information pertaining to this incident or can identify the suspect is asked to submit an anonymous tip to Crime Alert Berks County. Cash rewards are available up to $10,000 if the tip leads to an arrest. Anonymous tips may be submitted by either calling 1(877) 373-9913, downloading the ALERTBERKS app on your mobile device, or by using your mobile phone to text tips to 847411 and typing ALERTBERKS + your tip.

Additional information may be found at or contact the Robeson Township Police at 610-655-4911.

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