An armed robbery was reported just after noon on Saturday in Bristol Township.
A victim was approached by a white male in the 5500 block of New Falls Road and robbed by the man who displayed a white-handled knife, police said.
According to police, the suspect made off with an unknown amount of medication and fled on foot.
The suspect is described by authorities as being thin approximately 6 foot tall with light color hair and waring a white hoodie and blue jeans.
Saturday, November 24
Between 9:10 p.m. and 10:15 p.m., a house on Macintosh Road was reported to be burglarized. An HP laptop and a firearm were taken from the house. The suspect(s) are believed to have gained entry through and unsecured door.
A rear door is believed to have been the route of entry for subject(s) who stole $1,000 in quarter rolls and $4o in change from a structure in the 4000 block of Veterans Highway. The door was reported to be pried open.
Sunday, November 25
Edward Horn, 30, of Veterans Highway, was arrested on an outstanding bench warrant at 2:12 a.m. He was later turned over to county sheriffs.
Officers arrested 41-year-old Crimson King Lane resident Michael Micklo on a bench warrant at 3:20 p.m. He was turned over to sheriff deputies.
A 30-year-old Bensalem man was arrested in the 5200 block of New Falls Road on charges of retail theft. The arrest took place shortly after 4:15 a.m.
A Garmin GPS unit was taken from an unlocked 1991 Toyota parked in the 3500 block of Bristol-Oxford Valley Road sometime overnight. The device was valued at $200.
A subject reported stolen CDs, a cell phone charger and sunglasses. The theft of the items from a unlocked 1996 Nissan is suspected to have happened overnight in the 3400 block of Bristol-Oxford Valley Road.
The value of the items is $150.
Monday, November 26
A Dell computer and a business phone console was reported stolen from Norton Avenue on the past few days. The stolen goods are estimated to be worth $700.
Damage was found to the interior of a 2006 Nissan parked in the 1100 block of Karen Lane in Croydon. The damage is thought to have stemmed from an attempt to steal the vehicle's radio. Cost to fix the damage is estimated to be $3,000.
Police responded to a Newportville Road address for reports of a stolen 14-inch Stihl TS 400 saw. The $650 saw is orange.
The driver-side window of a 1994 Mercury parked in the 2200 block of Palmer Avenue was broken overnight. The approximate cost of the damage is $100.