Burglary - On Friday, Sept. 28, at 2:42 p.m., Upper Dublin Police officers were dispatched to the 1200 block of Hoffman Rd. in Ambler for a report of a burglary just discovered. The residence was then cleared. The officer noticed the damage to the resident's door. Also, the victim saw the doors open upstairs and a light on inside the bedroom closet. The victim discovered that a jewelry box was missing plus cash and other incidentals. This is an ongoing investigation.
Hit and Run - On Monday, oct. 1, at approximately 7:21 a.m., officers were dispatched to the area of Susquehanna Rd. and Fort Washington Ave. for a reported hit and run in progress. When the officers arrived, they found the victim/reporting party's vehicle facing east on Susquehanna Rd. The white 2010 Honda Civic had damage to the from passenger side bumper area. The victim said she was driving east on Susquehanna Rd. at about 40 MPH when the suspect vehicle (a black vehicle) turned left from Susquehanna Rd. onto southbound Fort Washington Ave. The suspect vehicle's turn was so abrupt, the victim had to take evasive actions. The victim was unable to avoid the crash and struck the suspect's vehicle in the passenger side rear. The suspect vehicle then continued south on Fort Washington Ave., failing to stop and exchange information with the victim.
Theft - On Monday, Oct. 1, at approximately 12:37 p.m., the shop manager for the Dreshertown Rd. location of Mercedes Benz of Fort Washington, reported a vehicle registration was stolen from the dealership. At approximately 9 a.m. on this date, an employee saw a suspicious vehicle in the parking lot. The vehicle, described as a late model black on black Volvo wagon with heavy window tint, occupied by a unknown number of males, was observed circling the parking lot. When the employee attempted to contact the occupants, it left the parking lot at a high rate of speed and was last seen heading south in the area of Dreshertown Rd. and North Limekiln Pike. A short time later, a dealership license plate was discovered missing from one of the loaner cars.
Hit and Run - On Thursday, Sept. 27, at approximately 5:50 p.m., an officer was dispatched to a hit and run in progress in the area of Fitzwatertown Rd. and Anzac Ave. The called stated he was hit by a red Honda being operated by a black male wearing dark colored clothing. He was hit hard enough to damage the vehicle beyond drivability and also to cause slight injury to the reporting driver. Witnesses described the vehicle the same, as a red Honda with a black male driving. The vehicle was last seen heading on Susquehanna Rd. eastbound into Abington Township. The striking vehicle should have damage to the front bumper on the driver's side.