Central States Fugitives

Alleged Commercial Burglary Suspect Caught on Camera

Alleged Commercial Burglary Suspect Caught on Camera

ID #20-378

ID #20-378 Alleged philadelphia Burglar

ID #20-378 Alleged Philadelphia Burglar

Philadelphia Police Department Press Release

On 09-27-20, at approximately 1:00 pm, the male suspect entered 3500 Scotts Lane Unit F which currently houses a City of Philadelphia office related to Elections and took a Dell Laptop,(8) USB drives that are used to store the configuration of the voting machines, Bluetooth speakers, headphones, phone chargers, and an extension cord.

The suspect was observed on video surveillance walking on Scotts Lane on 9-27-20 at approximately 1:13 pm and then shortly after again eastbound on 3400 W. Allegheny Avenue.

The offender was observed again in the area of 3500 Scotts Lane on September 30, 2020.

Clothing on September 27, 2020: Red white and blue “76ers” hat, royal blue hooded sweatshirt and dark blue jeans cuffed at the bottom.

Clothing on September 30, 2020: dark-colored baseball hat with a light-colored brim, green hooded coat and dark blue jeans cuffed at the bottom.

Suspect Description: Black male, 30-40 years-of-age, thin build, approximately 5’5”-5’7” in height.

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