Police Log: Flat Screens Stolen After Forced Entry; Car Thefts
The following incidents were reported by the Lower Moreland Police Department.
June 25 – Theft from Auto
- 3100 block of Philmont Avenue
Barbara Schulz, 46, of Huntingdon Valley, reported that her unlocked 2010 Ford Fusion was entered and the actor removed all of the loose change and bills she had in a pull-out caddy to the left of the steering column. There was approximately $10-$15 taken.
June 22 – Theft from Auto
- 2300 block of Boyd Road
Kurt Souder, 27, of Huntingdon Valley, came into LMPD to report that someone had stolen $120 from his car while it was parked outside of his house. He discovered the front door of his Buick Lesabre was slightly opened and the money was taken from the pull-out ashtray. Souder said his car was parked on the street in front of his house and that it was locked. There have been numerous similar thefts in the Abington/Rockledge area, according to the report.
June 21 – Burglary; forced entry
- 2500 block of Valley Road
William and Jane Betz, 81 and 80, of Huntingdon Valley, reported to police that actors entered their home sometime between June 18 and June 21. They noticed the front door was cracked slightly open with the door jam and there were various locking mechanisms lying on the floor. There were several drawers opened in the master bedroom upstairs and several pieces of jewelry taken. The following items were reported as stolen:
- Various necklaces, silver chains, broaches
- Foreign Coins
- Pocket Knives (all 3 inches in size)
- 40’’ Flat Screen TV
- 46” Flat Screen TV
- White with purple plates with earings
June 21 – Theft
- 3600 block of Holt Lane
A witness called the Montgomery County Dispatch after watching someone take a neighbor’s metal recycling bin rack. The witness reported the actor’s car to be a white “landscaping truck.” She went on to describe it as a “newer, shiny white pickup truck with a chrome/silver toolbox in the bed of the pickup.” She also said the company’s name started with a “G.”
It was a younger, white male wearing a dark blue shirt who took the bin rack, which was valued at $100.