Credit Card Theft Under Investigation in West Whiteland Township

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EXTON, PA — In a recent wave of alleged thefts, the community of West Whiteland Township finds itself grappling with another incident. A woman dining at Appetites on Main reported her credit card stolen from her purse on December 17, 2024.

According to the West Whiteland Township Police Department, two subjects are believed to be involved in this alleged theft. After reportedly stealing the credit card, the suspects used it to make a $600 purchase at a local Wawa, a popular convenience store chain. The subjects were seen leaving the scene in a white SUV.

This incident adds to a growing list of similar cases that have been reported across the township. The police department has been actively investigating a series of credit card thefts, urging residents to be more aware of their surroundings and to keep personal belongings secure.

The investigating officer, Det. Pezick of the West Whiteland Police Department is appealing to the public for any information related to the incident. Those with useful information are encouraged to reach out at 484-875-6021 or spezick@westwhiteland.org.

As the investigation continues, it’s important to remember that an arrest, a criminal complaint, or information related to the case is not a declaration of guilt. Any suspect, arrestee, or defendant, is presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

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