Vandalism - On June 20 at approximately 8:53 a.m., an officer responded to a report of a vehicle with a smashed front passenger window, located at the corner of Hood Lane and Primrose Dr. in Maple Glen. The officer spoke to the complainant, who said that a purse was in the car and it appeared that the purse was untouched. The back passenger door of the vehicle was open and upon further investigation, it was determined that nothing was taken from the vehicle. It is unknown what caused the smashed window.
Vandalism - On June 20, at approximately 9:30 a.m., a complainant notices that a front upper window of his residence on the 800 block of Avenue H in the township has been cracked. He believes it was caused by a hard boiled egg. The complainant told officers that his house has been egged several times since June 18. There were no witnesses.
Theft - On Sunday, June 17, at approximately 4:15 p.m., an officer was dispatched to the 600 block of Lincoln Drive West in Ambler for a report of a stolen vehicle registration tag. The tag was reported stolen on June 14 out of Reading, PA. The victim explain that earlier in the day and while at Wal-Mart he noticed that the license plate was loose. When he opened the tailgate, he noticed it was only being held on by two screws where there had originally been four. He also noticed that the tag did not match his vehicle registration and it was at that point that he notified police to file a report.
Burglary - On Sunday, June 17, at approximately 6:21 p.m., an officer responded to Fairway Beverage, 1825 Limekiln Pike, for a report of an attempted burglary that occurred earlier. The officer spoke with the Fairway Beverage employee who said the store seemed to be in apparently normal condition when it closed on June 16. On Sunday, the employee noticed several chips in the concrete floor near the base of the rear door, as well as some dent and scratch marks on the outside rear door at the base.