Bristol Township authorities are investigating the armed robbery of a clerk working at a Lakeland Avenue deli Tuesday morning.
Lt. Terry Hughes told PhillyBurbs.com the suspect is a middle-aged man about 6 feet tall. More details on the subject can be found by clicking here.
The suspect reportedly got away from the Give and Take Deli with $200 and cigarettes.
A homeowner on Blueridge Drive in the Levittown section of the township reported Monday that a Apple Macbook Pro, Apple iPod, several pieces of jewelry and several were stolen from the house.
The total value of the stolen goods was valued at nearly $8,000, police said.
The burglary happened between 7:30 a.m. and 5: 30 p.m.
Police reported that a subject has their phone taken during an argument early last week at Levittown Trace Apartments.
A subject stole a cell phone, which is valued between $500 to $600, and feld the area. Police filed an arrest warrant for the person.
Between last Saturday and Sunday a home on Outlook Lane was broken into through an unsecured bathroom window. The suspect(s) stole a laptop computer and several pieces of jewelry. The company was valued at over $300.
Police reported last week that officers took a report about an attempted burglary in the 2500 block of Palmer Avenue in Croydon. Police found pry marks on a side door.
A subject discovered the rear door to a storage unit in the 800 block of State Road in Croydon kicked in last Monday. Damage was also sustained to a door frame and several electrical scrap items were missing.